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That kind of noise is almost always from a dead battery. Remove the battery and take it to a Autozone parts store or other store like them and have them test it on a special battery load and cell tester they have. The test is free.
Good on you on fixing Fluke DMM. Contact local Fluke authorised service centre or Fluke directly if you are in US and ask them for Audio Transducer (Part Number: 2041050). it should not be more than couple of dollars. Good luck with you Fluke DMM.
if they are drum brakes thear is a adjuster on the botom holding the shoes. in the center of this double ended two prong fork thear is a disc that has small teeth on it. it will turn one direction easily. that titens them. to turn it the other you need a fleat head screw driver. you slip it inbetween the shaft of the forks and gently pry the tab that holds the disk from turning out till the disk will turn that direction freely. turn it only 1\2 turn. put the drum back on. if the drum turns easily but slightly rubs enough to make a sliding noize it is set properly. if the drum turns without and friction you have turend it to far. take the drum of and turn the disk without the screw driver one tooth at a time untill this happens. that should solve the problem.
Nintendo has a great customer service. Just call, and if it is something they can help you fix over the phone, they will. Otherwise you might have to send it in and they will replace the disk drive and it should work after that.
Gateway laptop is really ****.
I bought Gateway MX8711 in March 2007, after 6 months i use it...the hard disk failed.
Gateway replaced a new Hitachi hard disk for me but not more than 8 months and it failed again.
Gateway told me that i have no more warranty because the repair warranty is only 90 days.
I bought this laptop and use it not more than 2 years, the hard disk was failed twice.
Usually Hard disk manufacturer provided 3 years warranty for the hard disk. The manufacturer year of the hard disk is May 2007....they should able to help because the har disk not more than a year being used...but they don't. This is really bad customer service and not fair to the buyer.
I will not buy any Gateway products anymore....i swear.
If your hard drive is equiped with a buzzer ... you can try to find that and remove it to stop hering the beep.
Let us see how to find buzzer...
The buzzer is round in shape, but not globe-like. it works like a small speaker. Usually it looks like a button cell or something like a black bolt.
Caution; your hard disk may not have a buzzer...when it shakes, something on the hard disk may be getting scratched continuesly. This makes a beeping sound.
If this is the case better we ignore it. If we try to lubriacte this will cause the drive to malfuction.