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Connecting rear Wireless Speakers on Panasonic Home Theatre Kit

I have just bought a Panasonic SC-PT467EB Home Theatre System with Wireless speakers. I have setup the front speakers and Subwoofer and all the elements of the Home Theatre Kit with no problems, however I cannot get the Wireless System (SE-FX65A) to connect with the Home Theatre kit to link up the back 2 speakers. I have inserted the Digital Transmitter in the Home Theatre Kit and have turned on the Wireless System, but it just stays with a red light on the Wireless System and won't turn green no matter how many times I restart it and re-seat the Digital Transmitter. I have also tried this with both units next to each other to ensure that range is not the issue. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    Hello... i have the same problem, but does´nt work... red light don´t change to green... any idea ? Thanks !

  • ted ciszek Dec 04, 2012

    I have the green lite but nothing from speakers


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Just push and hold the fast forward button on your receiver and push the button number 3 on your remote simultanously

your unit cames in pairing mode a P appear in the display
after, goes to your wireless receiver and push the reset button on the back
normally after that the unit must connect with your receiver

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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  • davenport76 Oct 09, 2010

    This really works we had to do this today but it really does work! Thanks gr8tguy! :0)

  • jedi-ron Apr 19, 2011

    Yes it worked for me!

    I bought a new SE-FX65A unit on ebay, after my original one stopped working.

    I plugged it in, and the light stayed red.

    But after following these instructions, it came to life!

    Thank You

  • ssp100 Sep 03, 2011

    You are a genius. I was about to go out and buy a new one - this has solved my problem. Thanks.

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    chd2 Dec 08, 2012

    I was about to give up after my rear speakers stopped working after losing power for a few days. I tried many things and this was the easiest and only one that worked. I needed to press the reset on the rears while it was pairing.


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I was also about to buy a new one as it's been months since this one worked....I thought my wife had watered the plant near this and fried it!Alas, the FF and 3 button, along with hitting reset on the wireless receiver did the trick.Thanks!!

Posted on Feb 29, 2012

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