Where is the fuse for MIN-IN connection, Nad c340

Aug 10, 2018
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..I accidentally connected sub-woofer RCA to "MAIN-IN" (with jumper removed)--I did not realize that the unit still had power--- then, lost all my volume ..

..Does anyone know where the fuse is for the MAIN-IN connection.?
Or---what could be my problem.?
 
There isn't a fuse for any input.
If the NAD doesn't turn on at all then the main AC fuse may have blown (if it has one).
The amp in the NAD may have power supply fuses and speaker level fuses. If you don't see any on the back you will need to remove the top. You have to replace a fuse with the same amperage value and type of fuse (fast or slow blow). If a new fuse blows then don't try it again. That may increase the cost of repair.
Hopefully you didn't do any damage other than pop a fuse.
 
There isn't a fuse for any input.
If the NAD doesn't turn on at all then the main AC fuse may have blown (if it has one).
The amp in the NAD may have power supply fuses and speaker level fuses. If you don't see any on the back you will need to remove the top. You have to replace a fuse with the same amperage value and type of fuse (fast or slow blow). If a new fuse blows then don't try it again. That may increase the cost of repair.
Hopefully you didn't do any damage other than pop a fuse.
 
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