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By your description - I am assuming what you have is a hum and not a musical tone. 60 Hz hum is usually the result of bad ground connection on cables (either broken or not connected). Since you don't specify what source is selected or if it is across all sources, I'd start with the cabling. If there are record in/out connections, you might start there.

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