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Nad 214 amp

I have a faulty speaker output on one of my sides. When I change sides on the output on rear of the amp. the other side becomes faulty. I had my speaker wires tested.....ok.
I have my NAD 214 am hooked up to my NAD 1600 receiver.
Can you please help me diagnose my problem.....Is it coming from the output on the amp?

thanks

Richard

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  • flycheese Mar 11, 2008

    I have the same problem with my NAD 712 receiver.  Would this also be a relay problem?  I do see a pair of relays on the main PCB but it doesn't really look like they're intended to be opened and cleaned.  Any advice is appreciated.  Thanks. -mark

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Problem is- intermittent speaker relay. You can cleaned contacts or better upgrade relay to better one (sealed)  Dariusz

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