20 Most Recent NAD L40 CD Player Questions & Answers


The Cd loader mechanism is faulty. Replace it.

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Jun 06, 2012


Maybe an FM amplified indoor antenna could help you to get a stable FM signal.

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Feb 25, 2011


Hi,

Just a tip.
You can try to burn an CD at a lower speed.
So the index will be deeper and better readable for a normal CD-player.

Ragards,
Gerard

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Feb 09, 2010


Sure you can

In fact the wireless router is your best bet for multiple systems to connect to the net.

As per crossover wiring you can interlace the computers via using their USB ports.

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Jul 27, 2009


Those CD cleaners rarely work. They are nothing but small brushes on a plastic CD. Unless the problem is loose dust, they won't work. Try carefully opening up the unit and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that does not resolve the problem, post the model number and I'll provide the replacement optics part number and cost. Some units have replacement optics that cost less than $15. Dan

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Jun 15, 2009


1.the problem with your audio processing circuits and improper power filter
2. Check audio amplifier coupling capacitors
3. Rectifier capacitors
4. contact service centre

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Nov 15, 2008


To make it play, you normally just push the play button.

If that does not work, often that means you have a lens problem.

Use a dvd lens cleaner kit , like the ones that you see clicking here.

If that does not work, you will need to take apart the unit, access the lens pickup, and clean the lens directly, using isopropyl alcohol and a cotton sticks.

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Oct 11, 2008


It is probably because the CD player in that car will not play Cd's recorded on a computer or home CD recorder. There are lots of CD players out there like that still. You will need to get a car stereo that plays CD-R and CD-RW. That is the only solution.


NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Jul 01, 2008


You cannot replace the new lens your self. coz there are some process to replace a new lens. withour much knowledge of servicing you might damage the new lens too.

try to find some substitute for your technics lens

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Dec 23, 2007


1.due to some short circuit in your receiver circuit has made the fuses blown
2.Replacing the fuses alone does not get solve.
3. Check the reciever power circuit
4. check whether output is being short circuited
5.Contact service centre

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Dec 22, 2007


1.check whether the audio.rca jack cable is good
2.check Rca jack connector
3.there might be a problem in your stereo audio processing circuits
4.Contact service centre for further rectification

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Dec 22, 2007


1. Most of the player drawer fixed over the chasis for a rigid support
2. try to remove the drawer safely without damagind the chasis and drive mechanism
3. there might be some shaft jam.
4. Look for the thread. how does the player drawer moves in and out
5. there may be some sensors to sense the door close/open. if it is jammed then open/close function cannot be done. why because this problem occurs
6. unwear the mechanism read the mechanism moving technique. see which has got jammed.
7. if you feel too risky then
8.contact service centre... all the best

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Dec 22, 2007


Hi First of all, you must find all the screws for the top cover and remove it. Make sure the unit is not plugged in! Then, making sure that you are not touching anything inside the unit, plug it back in,put a Cd in the drawer, and watch what happens. If the drawer closes, but you can still hear a motor running, then it is a belt drive unit, and the belt is slipping, if that part is ok, listen carefully for a ticking noise, which is the laser lense going up and down trying to focus on the CD, if the disk starts to spin then the mech has closed properly, and the unit is trying to find the directory. If the unit then spins the disk for a while then ejects it, then the laser is dirty or faulty. I would suggest getting it cleaned at a shop if the lense appears dirty. ***Never look straight down at the laser lense if it is exposed on your model of CD player, it is a class 3 laser, and you will be doing some harmful home laser surgery to yourself!!!*** Hope this helps! Good Luck! P.S. When following the steps above, if you hear the ticking of the lense moving up and down, but the disk does not spin, gently spin it clockwise with your finger, if it starts to play, or finds the directory, then the spin motor is bad.

NAD L40 CD... | Answered on Aug 16, 2006

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