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NAD 752 -- lost left surround channel?

 

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I've had an NAD 752 for about a year now, and have been very happy with it. I moved recently, and took great care not to damage the NAD or my speakers during the move, but now I'm having a problem.

I seem to have lost the left surround channel. Does anyone have any advice before I approach NAD about service? The other 4 channels are working fine, and when I connect the L surround speaker to another channel it works, so the problem is not with the speaker. I've got fairly new Tara Labs cable, so I don't think it's the cable, either. Any advice?

 

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Update -- I figured out how to do a reset, and it didn't have any effect. Just lost all my settings, and the L surround still doesn't work. Is this just the curse of the 752?

(Also - anyone know why they keep canceling user accounts?)
 

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Username: Smitty

Canada

Post Number: 148
Registered: Dec-03
I would try leaving it unplugged for say 24 hours and then plug it in to a power conditioner/voltage regulator. The NADs can be very fussy when it comes to the quality of power. If that doesn't work it's time to return it for warranty work.
 

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Username: Jonmoon

Post Number: 145
Registered: Dec-03
Will SF, have you tried your test tones?
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