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Does the front display indicate that the CD is playing?If not,there's a fault in the power board.When this happens,only the radio will work,the CD mechanism will not be able to play.Connect an external audio source to the AUX input at the back of the player and test to see if there's sound.
Hello There are many reasons for this fault. It includes some power supply problems to the display panel, or the display panel itself has been damaged. To assist you in this matter, I've to give you assistance with the help of its service book, that I've with me now. But I can't send it to you by this window as it does not allow me to upload any PDF files by it. If can able to assist you further, you have to buy one amoung my advertised sevice; either by Fixya or by Google. OK.
Normally this Error Message Code is associated with Low/No Ink. Try printing from the Scanner and, if it is a Low/No Ink problem, this will show up on your PC/Laptop as a Low/No Ink Message. Solution - Try replacing the Ink Cartridge. This should normally fix this sort of problem. If it doesn't, then something more sinister might be behind the message. If this is the case, then Canon will have a fix for you. Please let me know how you get on. Good Luck
Hi, The dead display is possibly down to a capacitor problem, see fixes already covered by me, it's a 33uF capacitor either on the display board or if a newer unit on the main pcb, these cost less than $1 there is only one just change it. The no audio may be a simple fix, do you have sound from the head set socket?, if yes then look for one of my other fixes on changing a resistor near the control socket, if no then I need to have a think... If the unit has no sound or display after changing the capacitor it could be a power supply fault. Fix the display first and let me know. Dave
The F61 error is an amplifier failure.This error can be caused by a blown channel or even a failure in the power supply which causes the unit to detect an amplifier failure because the power supply is not supplying the proper voltage to the amplifier. On more rare occasions this can be caused by broken solder connections in the amplifier and/or power supply. Without having the receiver in front of me to troubleshoot it is impossible to tell you exactly what the cause is.
It can be fixed, but it will require some decent electronic skills. If you do not have a multimeter, soldering equipment, and an understanding of electronic components it would be best to let a service center look at it for you. If you do have these tools and would like to try and fix it yourself, let me know and I may be able to guide you thru the troubleshooting process.