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Nad 712 output issues - Mute flashing

I just got a Nad 712 off ebay. Upon initial setup, after plugging in and turing the receiver / preamp front power button to put it in standby mode, the led faintly shows a flashing mute indicator. Once turned on, the mute indicator turns off, but the led is faint and there is no output from the stereo. Is there a system reset for this unit? Is there a way to turn off mute without a remote? What is wrong? Should I claim DOA and try to get a refund? Thanks! [email protected]

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The only thing I can tell you for sure is that the mute indicator always flashes (very dimly) when the receiver is off.  I have no idea why, but mine has always done this.

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