#1
They're not THAT ancient, but I have an old Casiotone and and old Yamaha 4-track that could be good for AESTHETIC music. The main problem with both is that A) they make a lot of noise and B) the power plugs on the units seems to have loose connections at times. Is there any way I could fix these issues? If so, how?
#2
Faulty power supplies can sometime result in unwanted noise in audio electronics. 

What you really need is a new plug.
#3
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They're not THAT ancient, but I have an old Casiotone and and old Yamaha 4-track that could be good for  ~ A E S T H E T I C ~  music. 

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#5
You'll need the proper tools. I advise a medium hammer, a big hammer, and a fucking massive hammer.
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#6
Check all the pots. Dust getting inside gear can make a lot of noise. Also yeah, change the plugs. Probably would have to use a soldering iron and I'm sure there's loads of resources online for finding out. If you're really unsure, take it to a music store or something.
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#7
What you need is a new amp
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