Question about NAD C720BEE Receiver
I have had my NAD C720 BEE receiver for about six months. It has worked perfectly up until now. I was moving it from one shelf to another and bumped it very slightly against the shelf, and now there is no sound coming from it, regardless of input (CD, FM tuner, Aux, etc.). Surely such a small tap can't disable the whole unit?? Is there some kind of safety feature that causes the unit to turn off if it's bumped? Please help!
The problem's fixed, and it was actually a very simple matter. When I bumped the receiver against the shelf (and the carpet) I must have hit the 'Speaker A' button on the front panel, causing the speakers to be de-selected and hence no sound to be heard. I realized this was the problem when I unplugged the speakers and tried them in the Speaker B slots and they worked. Then I put them back in the A section and pushed the button and voila - fixed!
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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