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Netgear Print Server - High pitched whistle?!?



 
 
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Old November 23rd 04, 12:42 PM
Paul H
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Default Netgear Print Server - High pitched whistle?!?

Why is my Netgear Print server producing a high pitched whistle?

IS it anything to worry about?



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Old November 23rd 04, 04:21 PM
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Probably just a ringing inductor... (looks like something with wire wrapped
around it a dozen or so times.) Sure it's not in the power pack?

If you're adventurous you could open it up and use the rubber end of a
pencil to find out what part is making the noise. A small bit of
caulking/silicone should hold it in place. I know that the noise would
drive me nuts.

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Why is my Netgear Print server producing a high pitched whistle?

IS it anything to worry about?



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Old November 25th 04, 11:39 AM
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Thanks :O)


 




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