Hi all! Started getting a loud high pitched hum in one of the monitor output channels of my trusty old 1082 and noticed that when I moved the power plug (back of 1082) around, then frequency would shift a little bit. Both the 1082 and the monitors are plugged in to a UPS. After unplugging everything to try and eliminate the noise, I powered down the 1082 and turned it back on. This made it worse.... Now: There is this rapid (120+ BPM?), loud, pulsing noise in the outputs and headphones. No input audio is heard All the red "OL" LEDs are on. All other functionality/LEDs seem to be working normally. FW, Clock, and D-In working as they should. Can change the EQ/Pan, etc. Switch between comp control and mon mix, etc. Computer recognizes the 1082. Tried shutting it off and unplugging everything but the power and headphones. No change. Did a reset a couple times. No change. Tried another 12v C+ power supply I had laying around. No change. Any suggestions? I cant afford to replace it and am hoping it might be something simple, or even a component that could be replaced? I can solder Help? :0 UPDATE: Ok, so after letting the 1082 stay powered off for about an hour. The OL lights are off and Im back to the original hum - but with NO audio output of any kind (whether from analog or digital inputs) other than the WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE... Then, after about 20 mins of being idle, the OL's all came back on again (but no pulsing noise) - just the WEEEEEEEE. Seems almost like a heat problem, but its quite cool in the room and the 1082 doesnt feel anything above slightly warm (per usual). Sigh.