Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I fixed my stereo by opening and reconnecting the the side board because it was sticking out. If you're going to do it disconnect the stereo.
Posted on Dec 08, 2016
There is a problem inside that is being detected during the power-up sequence. The clicking is the main power relay that is being tripped when the problme is detected. With no symptoms to guide me other than the clicking, I can't state the exact problem. This could be as simple as a bad cap in the power supply or something more severe. An examination of the boards and some measurements would be necessary to provide you with a reasonable estimate for the repair. I would suggest that you bring this to an authorized Panasonic service center for an estimate first. Armed with their evaluation, I may be able to walk you throught the actual repair.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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