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post #1 of 2 Old 02-06-2013, 12:38 PM - Thread Starter
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I used to have a D7000 that was quiet. It broke, due to an unfortunate accident, and I replaced it with an E7000. It buzzed. I swapped it out for another and it buzzes too. I can hear it 15 feet away. I had the Samsung tech come out and he said the buzzing is normal.

Does the buzz fade after the break in period, or is it always going to buzz like this?
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I have never heard of a buzzer that got better over time, but i have seen many posts where buzzing actually got worse as the defective component worsened.

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