Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Maybe the capacitor in the power supply burned upon unplugging the heater. The power supply is a coil with iron core, next to it, there should be a rectifier and a capacitor. If the capacitor is burnt, the powersupply will still be working, but there will be noise on the line, the 50 Hz that comes out of your wall outlet. Capacitor of the same value can be bought for small change but has to be soldered in.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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