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NAD 712 Display unit

Karl, did you ever sort out your display unit on your NAD 712. I have same problem here in UK? Cheers. Paul

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On my system the bulbs burned out some time ago. Today, I bought a pair of 12v micro lamps at Radio Shack (part 272-1092). Then removed the board behind the display and replaced the bulbs. This required some soldering. The bulbs have held up for more than 6 hours, so I do not think they are going to burn out.

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