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Does your location have a different power circuit? Moving the saw to a different circuit may help reduce noise in your circuit. I once saw pro's deploy a generator to power a huge jobsite bench/chop saw, that was causing issues on startup, just to protect the site's power network (which was admittedly shaky.) Consider unplugging your computer while they're ...


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It is totally normal for noise especially with motor driven equipment on the same circuit. Because of the EMF of the motor it is not recommended to have motor driven equipment on the same circuit as your computers or other sensitive equipment like your amp. Depending on your power system even having a motor load on the same leg can be problematic. So yes it ...


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The buzzing sound went away just as suddenly as it appeared. A couple of days later in the middle of a cycle the buzz stopped and everything is back to normal. This is a very cheap $350 Frigidaire machine we got after having had super fancy expensive dishwashers that broke after a couple of years. This one has three programs and works just as well or better ...


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Tools like a "skillsaw" employ what is called a universal motor. These have brushes and a commutator which creates tiny sparks which generate electrical noise. That noise is getting into your audio system at some point although it will take some detective work to determine exactly where. I'm not saying it's "normal" but it's not ...


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Dishwashers come with either a washable filter for food particles or a food grinder that reduces food debris to a size small enough to pump out with the waste water. Examples. If you don't have a washable filter, you have a food grinder. Occasionally, food particles are durable enough that they don't go quickly and quietly, and you'll have a noise like you ...


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