Question about NAD C521 CD Player
But when the cd player is warm, after some 30 minutes, it reads ok. If I let the room cool down to say 68 degrees from 72 degrees, the player will not see the CD again. Many thanks for help.
Yes, most electronic devices work at an optimum temperature, and if the temperature rises or falls below this, the circuitry could go out of spec.
If the temperature is too cold, you could try to warm up the back of the player with a hairdyrer for a few minutes. This generally does the trick..
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