Question about NAD L40 CD Player
1.due to some short circuit in your receiver circuit has made the fuses blown
2.Replacing the fuses alone does not get solve.
3. Check the reciever power circuit
4. check whether output is being short circuited
5.Contact service centre
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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