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Turns off immediatly, flashing code F61 - Panasonic Home Theater System System

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  • smithll Dec 25, 2008

    Yea, I have the same problem... I saw a possible solution on another website.
    It said bad ic power chip replacement part # is rsn311w64b-d. I haven't tried this so I don't know if it will work. Let me know if this works and I'll let you know if it works for me.
    smithll@whitman.edu


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Check the main set fan is turning or not once you press power button on main set.
If it is turn then is Digital amplifier IC (as above mentioned) damaged.

If not then is the fan malfunction.

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