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Annoying noise from the screen itself

So Heres the deal .. I bought the cda 9886 from this guy the other day thinking that I would save some cash .. its brand new in box everyting still sealed (which I know means Jack sometimes but I really belive that it had never been opened I mena really the batteries were still sealed) what the deal is, is that it makes this annoying noise from the deck itself I know this because whenever you flip the face down the noise goes away .. the best way to describe this noise is to say its that noise from when your in a room with the tv on but no volume you just hear that annoying high pitch ring ... its installed in a 2006 silverado non bose .. I gutted the whole system and rewired all new speakers back to an amp and then ran rca's to the alpine deck . I did purchase the 100 stupid wiring harness so i could use the data wire as my ignition switch .. so that is all right .. I just cant get rid of this noise ... PLEASE HELP ITS GOING TO DRIVE ME CRAZY

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Its a noise comming from the screen ..

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Hi, does the noise come from the screen or speakers?
ie is it an electrical buzz, or an audio buzz?


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