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Handset and speaker exhibit extreme buzzing. I can hear the telephone line and can talk on the phone to caller but the noise is horrible. I checked internal wiring connections and see nothing wrong. I am able to perform advanced analog circuit troubleshooting and repair if I had a schematic. Is this a common problem? Is there some obvious circuit element that may have blown in a lightning surge that might cause this problem?

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The buzzing noise and connection difficulty on the Smith Corona phone is a technical glitch. Contact the 'Premier Smith Corona Service' Company and speak with a technician. Go to the official Website and get in touch with the company; www.willrepairservice.com. by e-mail or phone.

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