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High pitch sound even with speakers disconnected

My NAD L40 is about 5 years old, and it works fine, but since a month or so it has been making a high pitch sound whenever it is turned on, the sound is not very loud, but it is annoying. I have even unplugged the speakers and everything connected to the receiver (aux input), and the sound is still there. This is regardless of the input (CD, AUX, TAPE, TUNER).

Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    i have the same problem!

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Hi Naduser,
I hav had the same problem (probably). It is a smal chopping powersuply to power the backlight of the lcd-display. It's a small pc-board mounted at the rear of the cd-cabinet, just next to the mains-power-transformer. It can be easyiely disconnected by unplugging the 3-pole connector from the mother-board, and the sound will be gone. However the display readout will faint down then, but its still readable. The higher serial-numbers don't have this problem, so an exchange of the small pc-board might be the best solution.

Succes, Hildert

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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1.the problem with your audio processing circuits and improper power filter
2. Check audio amplifier coupling capacitors
3. Rectifier capacitors
4. contact service centre

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