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Receiver wont turn on

In the last few months when the receiver is in standby mode, i cant seem to get it to turn on (i.e. pressing video or audio doesnt do anything). i have to unplug it from the back, turn off the surge protector and let it sit for 30mins to 1hr. after that it usually works again. thoughts, suggestions, advice? thx.

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Make sure the trigger switch in the back did not get switched to trigger, if thats o.k. it may have 2 regulators 2 5.1 zener diode and a capacitor or 2 deffective on the board in the regulator circuit. I have yet to see any bad outputs in a Nad T752, but I have only worked on three so far. Larry James

Posted on Sep 17, 2007

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It sounds like You have a Bad output Some where and its going in to protect mode disconnect spkrs and make sure volume is Down all the way and power up,Ck your wireing for Freyed wires and shorts at the inputs and outputs good Luck ttech

Posted on Jul 20, 2007

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