Question about NAD Audio Players & Recorders
These type of problems usually require some electronic troubleshooting. It is not a good idea to try it yourself unless you have some experience and understanding of electronic circuits. If you have none of these skills, you really should take it in to be serviced by a professional. The display going out is rarely ever a simple fix for anybody without the above mentioned skills. It can also be dangerous poking around inside these things. It does have 120 volts of A/C and could shock you very badly.
This NAD does not have any buttons to control the display illumination as some other types do, so there is no quick fix.
They normally have a 2 or 3 year warranty. If it is within that range since your purchase you really should take it in for a free repair.
Here is the contact information if you live in the U.S.
NAD Electronics of America
6 Merchant Street, Sharon
Massachusetts MA 02067
+ (1) 781 784 8586
+ (1) 781 784 8386 (fax)
Use this link to find a service center in your area if you live outside the U.S.
I hope this was helpful to you
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