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Receiver powers down after few minutes of play

After being on for only several minutes, NAD T752 will cycle off on its own. Any help? Thanks.

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Has bad 12 volt regultor and 2 5.1 volt zener diodes on the main board in the regulator circuit, also may have a few caps near these parts which also need replacing. ref # for the 12 volt reg is u703 , kinda a major job.

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