NAD 7100 How to turn off low level without a remote
My NAD 7100 receiver works flawlessly EXCEPT the low level function kicks in automatically when it starts up and cannot be turned off with the panel switch and I've lost the remote. Is a bad panel switch too easy to hope for or is there a way to reset so it does not come on?
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some remotes can be programmed by entering a manufacturers code using the numeric keys. i use a Sony RM-VLZ620 remote. it lists NAD as a supported receiver.
P.S. - a receiver is an amplifier with a built in radio tuner.
Remote controls have an operating code which entered right will cause all functions to work. However if you were given the wrong remote or it doesn't have the right code, certain buttons will not work.
Check that the appliance it operates is the right model for the remote. Some remotes will allow reprograming others are fixed. If you can reprogram it will be just a question of finding out which code the amp uses and entering that. You can search online for the codes for your model.
It's not uncommon for the wrong remote to be sent out when first sold. Some people don't know it's wrong as the remote works nearly all the functions, just not all.
Sometimes manufacturers change codes from time to time and functions that the remote controlled yeasterday can't be controlled today. You might be able to get some functionality out of another universal remote with a more extensive library of codes available. I understand your frustration - I have a bunch of useless remotes as proof.
Usually on any equipment with a remote---if you hold remote real close and it works you have either a dirty lens for the receiver or a defective infrared receiver in the unit-----odd that moving things would cause this.
If it is only the on/off function having a issue--that would rule out both of the possible solutions I suggested.
Be sure batteries are new/good and no indirect light is hitting front of unit where receiver is located.
Hi, did you ever get this fixed, if so for how much and where. I have the same problem with my knob, it does not control the volume level but you can still access the other functions that require you to push the knob, like a button. My remote battery is dead so I have not being able to test it, it's just the knob no longer controls the volume.