Question about NAD T562 DVD Player
One day when my nad t562 dvd player was only about 18 months old, a component that looks like a large resistor on my power supply board scorched the board and the capacitor next to it. i didn't have a proof of purchase, so i didn't pursue warranty repair. now that i know how to solder, i'm wondering how i determine exactly what the parts are and if i can replace them on the board, or if i need a new board and where i might get it. i have not heard back from nad tech support. i can send photos.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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