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Nad 6220 cassette deck noise only on play back and meter readings are off the scale on all cassettes

No sound on play back and meter readings off the scale on play back

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  • ian murray Dec 24, 2012

    no change after cleanibg

  • ian murray Jan 08, 2013

    turned multiplex filter off and now working perfectly

  • Sam Palermo
    Sam Palermo Jan 08, 2013

    That is very stange that a MPX filter would introduce a noise. There is something else going on in that unit I bet.

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Sounds like a dirty Record/ Play switch. You need to clean it with a spray like Deoxit and exercise it.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

  • Sam Palermo
    Sam Palermo Dec 25, 2012

    Hi Ian, That would be strange but if you don't have luck with the cleaning of the record play switch, then the problem would be more serious and would have to be looked at by a Technician.

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