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Hi, All newer tv's have a menue that you can change settings to.
Audio and video both have parameters to. On your remote go to menue and look for audio settings and in that list should be surround
Click on/off. Hope that helps.
press the "2" button on the remote while pressing & holding the stop button on the device, something like OP 86 will come up on the lcd display, repeat the same procedure and press "enter" afterwards, the device should restart and the problem should be solved.
First check all back of amp speaker connections !Look for stray wires touching metal or other contacts (make sure amp is off) this is the main cause of this !( once rewired turn on!) this should fix ya!
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Hi, Sorry does your question relate to a display problem or a sound problem? If it is a display problem let me know the colour of the perspex, strange question I know but it does help me identify the unit. Dave
Sounds like an internal loose connection somewhere, possibly anywhere, a connector on a pcb, a dry solder, loose pin on an IC. Tough for an end user to solve this, would entail opening the unit and investigating. I checked the rear panel in the op manual and this model has no ribbon connectors else i'd have asked you to check them.
when you switch the unit on make sure that you hear two clicks, this will tell you whether the protection relay is working. Should you hear the two clicks this will indicate that the audio ic`s are working. There are fuses inside the main component box, four on the transformer. Let me know the outcome
If you listen to cd's and the sound dos'ent cut out then it cant be the amp. It could be the audio cables are intermittant between the amp and the dvd playerr or they are loose or corroded a little. or ppossible the input your using is going bad on the stereo sytem but I wouldnt think that the whole system was blown if the radio and the cd plays normal.. check out the causes I listed and let us know if you need more assistance\..:)
F61 tells you its a power source problem according to the manual. to all F61 error it is very likley that the str470-050a reg legs desolderd and have broken away from the main body of the regulator giving you the f61 and shut down.