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NAD 705 Receiver won't power up

When I plug the unit it and push the power button-there is no power. Is there an internal fuse for the power supply that needs replacing and where inside would I find it? :(

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SOURCE: NAD 705 out if order

As the display lights are blown, you can't see that the unit is in the wrong 'listening' mode. USe the Listen switches to get to the input you are tring to use. The blown lights can be replaced with White or Blue 'wide beam' LED's, one leg connected in series to a 6k-ohm resistor.

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I had the same problem with mine AV713 it turns out to be the relais of the power unit (left site above the transformer). solution may be to replace it with http://ecb.omron.com.sg/pdf/relay/power/G5PA-1.pdf e.g. good luck TB

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