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  • #141468

    Enver Can
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    hi, while the Teclast f7 is full of charge and the charger is attached, the sound comes from the laptop. is this normal?

    (Sound from the left of the touchpad)

    #141520

    Chris G
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    Yes, I mentioned this in my review as a con, the speakers emit a hissing noise when it’s plugged in at 100% and charging. It’s some type of interference.

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    #141537

    andimu
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    I don´t think the noise comes from the speakes. To me the R22 inductors (3 on the board in total) seem to be the problem.

    I´m not completely sure but when you google for coil whine, you will find some references to the R22 inductors.

    #141543

    Chris G
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    Okay the speakers are up to the top there also to me it sounds like them, but you are right it could be coil whine. To me it’s very minor, so a minor annoyance. Don’t think we can fix it.

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    #141554

    sportnok
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    Its not the speakers, as has been said its on the main board, I think its 2r2, basically a magnet wrapped with wire that will vibrate given certain circumstances, one suggestion was to put some varnish on the coil to stop movement causing the noise, no idea if you can even get to the coil, but Chris might have an urge to pull things apart :-)..

    #141567

    Chris G
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    A new mod to do, when i had mine open I can’t say I saw this at all.

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    #141581

    sportnok
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    A new mod to do, when i had mine open I can’t say I saw this at all.

    I guess it would just be some anonymous part you otherwise wouldn’t notice, some have 2r2 wrtten on them, chances are you won’t be able to do anything without damaging something else as they look pretty small, but you never know.

    #141601

    andimu
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    I think the noise comes from one of these parts:

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    #141610

    Chris G
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    Okay, so if I do open it up I will check them see if adding some varnish to them will do the trick!

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    #141626

    Enver Can
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    Thanks for the replies,

    If it does not problem the notebook in the future, it will not be a problem for me.

    #141683

    sportnok
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    I think the varnish needs to be applied to the coil, but you may well find you won’t be able to get to them as its all concealed, think its a bit of a longshot..

    #141858

    Chupa
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    how about a 1 mm thick spongy silicone pad between the copper and the coils?

    easy install, easy remove, should muffle them also transfers heat to the copper

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    #141869

    Chris G
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    Could do it, but got no reason to open my F7, well only to try fix that noise. But to be honest, doesn’t bother me enough to go digging around in there to fix it!

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    #141997

    Chupa
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    well an easier way is, go to you local china store and pick up a sizzling pan fridge magnet and put it next to the notebook. problem solved with a smile.

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    #150734

    Michi
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    hello, whats now the best solution for the whining parts?

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