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I have a DV6-1245DX entertainment notebook pc. This is one week old. i get a humming/ buzzing sound when i play CD's. Is this normal ?

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It is not normal.
I suggest you return it to the place where you purchased it as it would still be under warranty.
If you try and fix it you will most likely void your warranty.

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