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When i connect the speakers to my old and not used for a while nad amp the sound blasts out from the speakers,this is with sound control on zero on my amp.Could this be a fault with the dial control on my the amp. cheers james

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Hey, i will suggest you clean the potmeters, switches and and connectors. check these repair notes: Repair note noise hum and distortion Repair note nad amplifiers 3240pe, 7240pe, 3155 on http://www.miguelovitch.dk/repairnotes1.htm And this cleaning movie guide, where you can see cleaning spray used: http://blog.miguelovitch.dk/2007/09/17/elektronik-reparation-og-rensning-1/ best regards michael miguelovitch

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Sounds to me that the vol control has lost its earth end connection So yes its a problem with the dial control You couls try some contact cleaner But better still lift of the lid and base if possible while the amplifier is not plugged into the power socket and see if you have a dry joints around the vol control pot regards Trev

Posted on Mar 14, 2007

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