My C320 takes about an hour until the red light turns green. Also, when
I change input selection, eg from CD to AUX, the green light for AUX
lights on but the sound input remains from CD. If all components are
connected and switched on, the output level becomes slightly lower than
if only one component is connected (and switched on). Is it the power
supply/output stage, the input selector chip, or both?
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<span style="font-weight: bold;">Airgle Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Turn off and unplug the unit </li>
<li>Press the light button to the "on" position </li>
<li>Plug in the unit, and then release the button after the Filter-check starts</li>
<li>The system will automatically reset the Filter-Check Gauge in about 25 seconds</li>
<li>Once the procedure has completed resetting, please turn on the unit and press "Filter Check" button again.</li>
<li>This time, the system should report an accurate result.
</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Alive Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Insert a straightened out paper clip into the reset hole, with the unit off, and push the Timer button.</li>
<li>You should hear a 2 beeps, signaling that the Reset was successful.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Holmes Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Units which have an indicator light must be
reset once the HEPA filter has been replaced. Reset indicator by inserting
a small object (such as a pin
or paperclip) into the hole marked reset.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Honeywell Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Reset the filter indicator by pressing and holding the "Filter Monitor" button until the indicator light shuts off.</li></ol>or<br />
<li>With the unit powered on, press and hold the appropriate filter<br />indicator button down for approximately 10 seconds until the<br />light turns off.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Hunter Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Change the filter and/or pre-filter.</li>
<li>Now, you must choose which counter you want to reset. Press and hold the filter reset key (approximately three seconds) until the prefilter indicator flashes. Press and release the reset key again to alternate between the two indicators. The counter that will be reset is designated by the flashing indicator. For Models 36394 and 36395: Use the tip of a pen or pencil to press the key.</li>
<li>Once you have the correct indicator flashing, press and hold the reset key for three seconds to reset that counter to zero hours. The indicator will stop flashing when it has been reset. If needed, repeat these steps to reset the other counter.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">IQAir Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>To reach the Filter Life Reset function from the main display window, press the Menu key seven times.</li>
<li>Press and hold the Enter key until the flashing cursor appears. Release the Enter key. The first filter selection to appear is the Pre-Filter.</li>
<li>Press the Up Arrow key to select the filter that has been replaced. The Filter Life LED for the appropriate filter is now flashing red.</li>
<li>Press the Enter key to confirm that the selected filter has been replaced. The filter life LED for the appropriate filter is now flashing red.</li>
<li>Press the Enter key one more time to confirm the filter change or to exit without resetting the filter life, press the Menu key (M=Menu).</li>
<li>Upon successful reset of the filter life, the new remaining filter life (taking the currently selected fan speed into account) will be displayed, and the filter LED light on the control panel will change from red to green.</li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Kenmore Air Purifier:</span><br />
<li>Press the FUNCTION and OFF TIMER buttons at the same time for five
seconds. The CHANGE FILTER INDICATOR will flash five times and turn off
You will need a cable with headphone jack (for mp3) and RCA left/right to connect to your NAD 320. You can connect to CD or AUX in the back and then you will need to change the input with remote or with on board buttons to CD or AUX depending where you plugged it.
Now depending how you are connected with your television, we need to make sure your tv and dvd is on the right input channel, Say if its, HDMI-1 or HDMI-2 or is it a component connected, Like Comp-2etc. If it is connected with Red, Blue,Green, and Red and white for audio. If you have RCA cables (Red Yellow, and White, thats is an Aux. or Input selection; When you are sure you are on the right input selection, check your wires, but make sure you have plenty of room and light to work with, and check your cables/
After 6.5 hours, I am now listening to music outside on my patio using my rxv-1600! Connect your speakers to the Presence Zone 2(3) output on back. Then power up amp and select zone 2 on front of amp. Nothing will happen, because as I found out, you must route an input to zone 2 or 3. Which is cool, because you can listen to something outside that is different from your inside. You select what to route to the zone by pressing Zone Control button, just right of zone 2 and 3 button. While you see red zone light blinking, rotate input select knob to prefered input, i.e. radio/cd/aux/etc... also, you can adjust volume by pressing zone control and turning up the volume knob, only while ZONE light is blinking. hope that helps, i know i was frustrated figuring that out!
Maybe you could try the auto-set. Found this using google:
Auto code search
1. switch on the TV and select a channel eg. Bbc1 on the TV itself 2. press the appropriate device button eg. TV 3. press the green SET button for approx 5 seconds until the red light comes on. 4. release the green SET button and point the remote at the device to be controlled, the remote will emit a test signal about every 2 seconds. 5. when the TV switches itself off briefly press the green SET button to store the code found. 6. when the red light goes out the search is ended. 7. try out the remote if it works follow the same steps to set it to other devices eg. DVD. If it does not work follow the steps again. cover other remote sensors on other devices when setting the remote.
Just came accross your post accidentically, while reparing my own C320BEE. May be it 's too late for you now, but it could help others: I had the very same symptoms as you described and after a long search found out that the trouble was R45 in one of the 18V regulators. (R45: 33 ohms 1/2W fuse resistor, situated more or less half-way between the two "metal towers" on the main board. Replace by a somewhat stronger type 1W or so.
Water Filter Status Indicator
Light (select models)
The Water Filter Status Indicator Light serves as a
reminder to replace the water filter. A green light
indicates that the filter is in good condition. A red light
indicates the filter should be changed. Once light turns
red, it will remain red until function is reset.
To Reset Indicator:
• Press and hold both the Lock and Water
buttons simultaneously for four seconds. The
green filter status indicator light will flash
three times when the function has