In general, refer any service problems to your Mark Levinson dealer. Before con-
tacting your dealer, however, check to see if the problem is listed here. If it is, try
the suggested solutions. If none of these solves the problem, contact your Mark
THE Nº39 WON'T FUNCTION, AND THE DISPLAY IS DARK.
The unit is in standby. Press the
The Nº39 isn't plugged into the AC mains or the main power
switch isn't turned on.
The wall socket, adapter, or extension cord is faulty .
There's a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse in the wall outlet's
A fuse is blown in your Nº39 (contact your Mark Levinson
THE DISPLAY IS LIT, BUT THERE IS NO OUTPUT
The proper digital input isn't selected on the Nº39.
The proper analog input isn't selected on your preamplifier.
The interconnecting cables are connected incorrectly or are faulty .
The variable output volume adjustment is set to
THE Nº39 DISPLAY READS "NO DISC"
There is no disc in the drawer for the transport to read.
The disc is upside down and therefore cannot be read.
The disc has loaded improperly and cannot be read—open the
drawer, ensure that the disc is placed properly in the drawer, and
THE Nº39 WON'T PLAY A CD INSERTED IN THE PLAYER.
The CD is inserted upside down.
There may be condensation (moisture) on the laser pickup. This
can happen if the Nº39 is moved from a cold environment (such
as a warehouse or a shipper's truck) to a warm one. Set the
switch to its "|" position, and leave it on for one hour to
warm up, then try playing a CD again.
WHEN A CD IS PLAYING, THE SOUND "SKIPS."
The CD is severely scratched or dirty .
The Nº39 is on an unstable surface or is too close to your speak-
THE LINKED FUNCTIONS DON'T WORK.
The Link cable is disconnected, or is connected incorrectly . Check
your Link connections.
The Link options are turned off.
The preamplifier is not aliased (renamed) for the Nº39.
The processor (if one is being used) does not have one of its
inputs tied to the Nº39.