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Hum when attached to an external amp.

I've hooked by jukebox to the cd input of an external amp to play over my house speakers. It works but there is a loud hum. I believe the manual mentioned this situation and indicated a part I could get to eliminate the hum. Is this correct? Where can I get the part??

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The simple soloution is to buy a "buzzstop" .Its a box with an input and output and eliminates hums, I bought it from a company in Ireland www.bluered.ie or you could try powering the jukebox and the amplifier from the same socket to see if its an earth hum

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