If you put a clothes pin as this photo shows, does the buzzing go away?
If so, then you may need to adjust a screw somewhere. You may have an
"incomplete" ready mode (just a little chattering when current loop is
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 4:25 PM, Brad H <vintagecompu...@bettercomputing.net
> I found it. It`s this thing:
> I can actually see it trying to engage when I plug in. That is
> *definitely* where the noise is from. If I rotate the motor with it on,
> the noise changes depending on where the rotation is at.
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> From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-boun...@classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of william
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> Subject: Re: ASR 33 buzzing
> It would actually be coming from the motor not the reader. The motor for
> the papertape reader is either in the pedestal (if your ASR is on one) or
> somewhere in the UCC-6 (the power supply). You have to follow the cable
> that comes from the reader along the rim of the chassis.
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 4:12 PM, Brad H <vintagecomputer@
> > wrote:
> > Good question. I only thought motor because it seemed like the noise
> > was from back there. And when I put a plastic tool against the outer
> > casing, I could feel a vibration. But now I'm wondering about that
> > paper tape reader.. when I listened to the noise again it did kinda
> > sound like it might be coming from over there. It's kind of diffuse.
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> > william degnan
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> > stupid question - you're certain the motor is making the buzz and not
> > the reader motor or somewhere on the UCC-6?
> > Bill