Question about Panasonic SC-PT960 Theater System with Wireless Speakers
What is the remote control code for the Panasonic SC-PT960. I can't get my Cox HDTV/DVR remote to work with the surround sound system
Can you explain a bit more please. What exactly is the problem? Are you getting any picture or audio through to the TV? Are you getting any picture or audio through to the home theatre? Have you got the home theatre setup via HDMI? Have you connected the audio from the cable to the home theatre via optical or phono? What model is your LG LCD HDTV?
I already have the manual in front of me for your home theatre system. If you can give me some more information I can help you out.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
For best results either use an s-video connector and RCA Red/White for the audio. If no s-video available, use comp which means composite (Red,Blue, Green) so the truest color can go from one unit to the other. On the back of the theatre system, plug everything into "output", on the panasonic, input.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
This would indicate a CD/DVD Changer Error.
The system thinks there is a stuck disc or other wierd problem with the CD/DVD changer.
Unfortunately these issues are rather hard to fix, due to the way the changers work.
Opening these units isn't that hard, however fixing an issue with the changer is very difficult and is best left for a specialist.
You may need to contact a local Panasonic repairer to get this one fixed.
Use the link below (if you are in the US) and enter your model number and ZIP code to locate your nearest repairer.
Best of luck, and sorry that I could not be of much more help than this.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Hi! the chgr err code indicates one of you trays is stuck inside the dvd tray unit. this occurs typically when the reader is initializing the last disk viewed and you push the exchange disk button. This happened already twice on my system. I did solve the problem by opening the unit and removing all components until I could access the trays and manually release the mechanism. I only recommend doing so if the player is out of warranty and if you are not afraid on working with small electronic/ components parts. I could not find any other non-invasive solution to the problem.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
what did u do? I have the same problem and I am hoping that I can still keep the speakers and replace the DVD. I called Panasonic and they said I shld take it to the nearest service center and they said no replacement. I dont want to buy a whole new system, what did u do?
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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