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My wireless speakers are not working i don't know why

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  • NewMom18 Dec 16, 2008

    My wireless connection between my panasonic home theater system and the rear wireless access point will not connect.

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After some research i came with the solution!!! First Turn off the home theater and turn it on again,lower the volume completely. Then on the dvd unit press the fast forward key>>>> while at the same time you press the number 3 on the remote control. A letter p is going to show oh the display. When this is happening there is a small button on the receiver on the back, you might need a thin object to reach the botton and press it. Press it once and the light will change from red to green. To finish up repeat the fast forwar>>>> key on the unit while pressing #3 on the controller and boom!!!!! the w1 will stop flashing and your surround speakers are rocking!!!!! enjoy it!!!!!!

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  • ajinesta Dec 29, 2010

    Excelent it worked for SA-PT750 Home Thearer too!!! Thanks

  • Ruth LaMarr
    Ruth LaMarr Nov 12, 2013

    Thank you! This worked for me also!

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    Tanya Biddle Dec 01, 2016

    Tried this fix and the red light stayed red, never turned green. Does that mean the WiFi unit has had it?

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Hey , i knowwhat the prob is.. there is no prob!! PT960 wireless speakers are like that.. they are very low in volume.. but you can manually adjust the wireless speakers volume.. go to setup and then increase the rear speakers volume 2 or 3 points.. I have mine increased 2 points.. then you will hear the diff..
but if you still don't hear anything, go to TEST and test the speakers.. and check ll the connections and the green light in ur transmiter..
THIS WILL FIX YA'!!

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Is there a channel setting? If so make sure all chanels are on the same setting....speakers and transmitter!This should fix ya!

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