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I think you came to the wrong conclusion. If the problem does not exist when the DC port is disconnected then the logic board is not the problem. What country are you in and what is the standard outlet power? Are you using a battery backup? Describe the tone better. how long does it last? Have you ever heard the tone a battery back up power supply makes when overloaded? Does it sound like that?
I think you came to the wrong conclusion. If the problem does not exist when the DC port is disconnected then the logic board is not the problem. What country are you in and what is the standard outlet power? Are you using a battery backup? Describe the tone better. how long does it last? Have you ever heard the tone a battery back up power supply makes when overloaded? Does it sound like that?

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I think you came to the wrong conclusion. If the problem does not exist when the DC port is disconnected then the logic board is not the problem. What country are you in and what is the standard outlet power? Are you using a battery backup?
I think you came to the wrong conclusion. If the problem does not exist when the DC port is disconnected then the logic board is not the problem. What country are you in and what is the standard outlet power? Are you using a battery backup?

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I think you came to the wrong conclusion. If the problem does not exist when the DC port is disconnected then the logic board is not the problem.  What country are you in and what is the standard outlet power?

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