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NAD T763 disassembly sequence
NAD T763 disassembly sequence
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Old 6th April 2008, 05:03 AM   #1
HD2000 is offline HD2000  Canada
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Default NAD T763 disassembly sequence

Not sure if this is the correct place to ask but I thought I'd toss my question out there and see if anyone has any ideas.

Has anyone out there ever taken apart a NAD T763 receiver?
I am wondering if there is a recommended sequence for pulling off all of the assorted bits in order to pull the main circuit board.
One of the caps has gone bad on my main board and I am confident in my abilities to replace the bad component once the circuit board is out but... not certain of the best way to get the main board out.

Any advice is appreciated.

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