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if it is a growling type noise that increases with speed it is a wheel bearing. can you tell which side it is coming from? if not sometimes when driving you can turn car and shift the vehicle weight the side making noise will quiet down some when the weight is shifted off it so if you turn to right and noise gets less it is rt side and so on
power steering will make a buzz nosie and it will get worse when the steering wheel is turned. It usually is just low n power steering fluid. Check that first. The other is a belt squeal noise, worse when turning, which usually just requires tightening unless it's self tensioning syste. Or replace the belt. Need a better description of the nosie and results of fluid level check. Report back on findings.
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The power supply is telling you that it has a short. I think you have a bad high voltage transformer in the horizontal deflection circuit.
I've repaired several RCA's with this very same problem.
The newer RCA's are vert prone to high voltage transformer failure !