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Old 1st September, 2002, 08:01 AM
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I tried pluggin the pump into a different outlet and it didnt make any difference. However, plugging the MONITOR into that outlet seems to have clear up MOST of the issue. I used to have to run @100hz to keep it from shaking, which my monitor isnt supposed to do, and even though it workes fine, it causes it to have a very high pitched whine @ 60 hz if it has been run over 85 for very long. Its still there at 85, but not as noticable. I may get an extension cord and try running the pump from accross the room tomorrow.

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