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My NAD 310 is "humming" throgh speakers even at low volume with no input. With CD on there is distortion which I initially thought was a blown speaker. It's coming through both channels on the amp - is it easy/worth fixing? Cheers Kev

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Hi...
If you can afford $75-150 , get it fixed . Most likely the power supply capacitors

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