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My nad 350 amp was producing a clipping spond and would not work the clipping sound has stopped and the Amp is dead. Is there anything I can do? replace fuse or do I need to send it to a repair shop. joemc@indigo.ie

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The output section is in need of repair. If you have no experience with this, NAD systems are not hte ones to start with. Look for an authorized NAD servicer.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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