We have had these 2 machines for years and never had a problem, now both of them have a high pitch squeeling noise when we are listening to the tapes, is there anything we can do to filter out this incoming frequency?
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You need to determine if it is the drain pump or not, these can squeal when pumping due to wear inside, if it is not coming from the pump then it could be either the belt or worse case it is the drum seal. It's just a matter of pinpointing the noise
If your washing machine is making a high-pitched whine or squealing noise while running, the main culprit is usually worn motor bearings. To check the motor bearings, remove the belt and run the motor by itself, listening for the noise. If it makes the noise, than the problem is most likely the result of worn motor bearings.
check to see if your phone line is plugged in the " L" or line slot on your fax machine if it is then press the speaker or monitor key and listen for dial tone. then you put a document into the feeder and dial your cell phone number and press send, when your cell phone rings answer and listen if you are getting a high pitched squeel. if you are then it should be working. try it the other way too by dialing from your cell and listen again for the squeel. if you still don't get the squeel you have a defective modem.
Okay for starters, you need to check to see if that fax machine is automatically answering the phone when it rings. you can check to see if it is trying to recieve by call that phone number from another phone and listen if it answers and when it does, does it make a high pitched squelling sound that varies in pitch.
if it does then it should be working ok, if not then you must program your recieve mode to automatically answer.
you can also check to see if it's sending by doing the opposite: put a sheet of paper in the machine to fax and dial your cell phone or other number, when it rings pick it up and listen for the high pitch squeel, if it works then your fax is working properly.
start by inserting a document into machine and press the copy button. if come out ok then check your phone line to see if it's live and plugged into the right slot marked "L" and not phone. if still not able to fax try to call that number using a regular phone and listen for the high pitched squeeling noise.
hope this helps.