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Speaker connection heat up

The amp works beautifully once heated up for ten mins. until then the connection does not work unless you push forward (force) the back of the unit forward. I think there is a gap in the connection inside the amp and when it heats up the connection is pure again.
how do I fix this?
any suggestions/reasons welcome...

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  • alspants Dec 05, 2007

    ah, good Idea. Then just add solder?




    Thanks for the reply. Do you know any links that guide to do this?

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NAD is know for loose connections, you have to get to the bottom of the pc board and look for cracked solder or solder that doesn't look shinny anymore.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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    Cary Farah Dec 05, 2007

    Sorry i don't, if i remember correctly you can take the bottom screws off and get at the bottom from there.

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