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PreAmp to Amp problem

Connected up a NAD preamp to my NAD integrated amplifier. OOps - now the CD player doesn't work through the CD input - but works at full blast through the Main input (PreampOut/Main In)
have i gone and short-circuited the pre-amp in my integrated amp?
any suggestions - can't think of anything else
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Sorted it. You have to put the plugs back in the PreampOUt/Main in or it cuts out the pre-amp.

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