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If the take up spool stops taking up the tape, it wraps itself around the capstan and jams up the mechanism.

NAD Audio... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019

if the power flows properly ,all fuses are okay in side the unit ? may be amplifier circuit is damaged .just remove all the wires of out put speakers,chk the speaker by connecting a normal battery cell 1.5 volt to spkr wires and feel the the sound ,if sound comes by connecting bateery cell, means speakers are okay,chk each pair of speaker wires of ur system,if any pair of wire of speaker has any cut of short connection it will nor let the sound come from any other as well.

NAD T762... | Answered on Mar 25, 2019

put a magnet on the side of the relay or you must have a bad cap that drives power to the relay it is getting to much ac to it

NAD 2200... | Answered on Mar 07, 2019

If the speakers are all good and wiring too, then it's likely that a fault has developed in the main amp section. Till this is cleared the protection will not go away.

NAD Audio... | Answered on Mar 06, 2019

Did you make sure that the wiring is correct? did you make sure its +12V and ground and not the opposite way? If you checked that, please remove the remote wire for testing. If it then doesn't work, remove the wires from the speakers from it and try again. If it still doesn't do anything, bring it to a repairshop.

NAD Audio... | Answered on Jan 16, 2019

Your problem might come up due to various reasons. Here are some points to start checking:
  • Test if there is existing audio at the phones output (use a pair of headphones)
  • Check that the speaker's cables are connected at the amplifier outputs
  • Check that the 2 jumpers connecting pre out and mains (1 for each channel) are at the proper place.
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NAD C160... | Answered on Nov 06, 2018

Even Google translate can't translate this. We are a North American website, we only speak English.

NAD Audio... | Answered on Oct 25, 2018

Could be an open internal fuse, power supply failure, or power switch failure

NAD Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2018

If you look inside the unit you might discover the reason why. My guess is that the belts have all turned to goo. Which is very common in tape decks.

NAD Audio... | Answered on Jul 26, 2018

Hello Hans
Have you checked the continuity of the primary windings of your amp's tranformer?. You have already stated that your amp went dead. If it is so, there must be some fault inside it, a fuse is blown, a shorted rectifier, a shorted filter capacitor, shorted output transitors or so. If so the mains fuse will blow out. have it happened in your amp?

Anyway the colour code cannot be predicted as Nad has different colour codes used for their primary winding input to their transformers. You just do one thing. The transformer primary have tappings in it, to input various voltage inputs, and that tapping are comming out in different colored wires. Measure the resistance of the winings, with a multimeter set to ohms range. One end of the winding will be direct, and the other end is tapped for different voltage inputs. The maximum resistance winding which you gets with respect to the common direct end will be meant for 240V, and next lesser meant for 220V. Leave the other ends free, and insulate its ends without touching each other, or touching in on the chasis. OK.

NAD 2200... | Answered on May 02, 2018

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