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Old 03-11-2012, 10:59 PM   #11
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u may reduce the hum if u mount the box on a piece of rubber like a mouse pad. the cover installed will probably block most of it.
behind a wall, i doubt that u will even notice it. looks like a neat job.

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After puting the EMS unit back in the cubby and closing it up, I could not hear that hum as before. I asked my DW and she could only hear the hum if she was within 3' of the lower cubby area.

Overall, if you are comfortable with splicing wire, following the written directions and know where your TT's Power Cord Junction box is located, I would say this Mod is pretty easy and not a required dealer install. Just make certain to disconnect your battery and shore power.

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