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It sounds like you need to consider something else other than an electrical cause. Possible plumbing causes are a failing fill valve in a toilet or a back flow preventer howling/whining. It could be the latter if you have an hoses connected to an outside faucet that has a back flow preventer (a code requirement) or possibly an irrigation system.
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I am a Master plumber and I gave you the likely culprits. You can eliminate the hose related backflow issue by disconnecting any hoses attached to outside faucets. You can eliminate the toilet fill valve issue by replacing the fill valve first in the toilet where the noise is most noticeable. Other issues related to backflow preventers would require an onsite assessment by a plumber.