Question about NAD C320 2-Channel Amplifier
I have a Marantz 60's model 2230. I was listening to it one day and the right side went out. I smelled something burning. If you turn the volume most of the way up, you can hear a little sound. This is a family heirloom, please help!! Thanks in advance, Jason
There are a number of possibilities that can cause this. Since you smelled some burning, I would suspect that the output transistors on the right side have shorted. This can sometimes cause a resistor to burn before that section is turned off. This is a relatively simple repair for anyone familiar with those units. I have rebuilt a number of these over the years and can tell you that the repair is worth the expense. You can figure on $25-$40 in parts plus the local labor rate for the total cost.
If you have a multimeter and can solder, you may be able to repair this. This is not the easiest unit to access however, so if you are not experienced, I would not start here.
Keep me posted.
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