What would cause a constant buzzing sound inside a house?
I know this sounds like the set up for a joke, but it isn't. There's a constant high-pitching buzzing sound in the back addition on my house. It's hard to locate precisely but seems to be coming from a wall. If you step outside, you can't hear it. It's not an insect noise. My spouse, who is slightly deaf, can't hear it, but I can. It isn't me as I ONLY hear it back there. Any thoughts? (Hold the jokes, please.)
Electricity will make a buzz when there is some type of malfunction in the way it is running. Generators, transformers, and other electrical components all have the same possibility of doing this. I can't detect where it is coming from because I am not on the property, but this should give you a head start.
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