Monster power strip hts 1000mk2
Turn it on get a buzzing noise , something internally needs repaired .
Need a cheap soldier tool but still do not have one [emoji3516]
Any help ?
Not sure we’re in forums this belongs , any mods can move this ..
This is gonna be a harsh reality check, but I'd like to make this very very clear: if you're asking how to fix it, you're not qualified to fix it.
The electrical safety situation in America is poor. It's perfectly possible to overload an extension lead and cause a fire, lack of shutters on sockets, etc etc etc. I could go on, but I won't.
If someone unqualified attempts to repair a mains appliance, there's a non-zero risk of the result catching fire, or maybe you'll mess up the connections and put live 110V on the chassis of an appliance. Now, how much of a risk do you wanna take? Is 10% okay with you and your family, or would 1% be better? 50-50?
The answer is this: the only acceptable risk for this sort of thing is zero.
Find a local electrician, ask them to fix it and certify it as safe.