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Re: Switching on by itself
Hi... Try covering the little red window that has the wireless remote receiver behind it. See what happens.If the problem quits,your stereo is picking up some other IR source in the room. Also,shoot some WD40 into the cutout around the power switch ( WITH THE POWER UNPLUGGED) push the switch on/off several times then plug the AC back in.
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These digital amps are very prone to blow if the speaker wires are shorted so Sony appear to have put in a protection system that mutes the amp when this happens. You have to unplug the amp for a minute till the light goes off, make sure no speaker wires are touching each other and then it should work ok. I found the same problem with one I bought 2nd hand.
Do you have the manual, I think panasonic put some of there fault codes in the back.
Seems to have lots of people saying it could possibly be a power supply fault, an amp fault or shorted speakers.. Some people have gone to the extreme of actually buying new components and trying to unsolder and resolder to try to fix it themselfs.
Try contacting Panasonic, they will be able to advise you better ot possibly repair / replace the system.
The overload message is the old version of "protect" mode. This means that a problem has been detected in the output amp section and that section is shutdown to prevent further damage. Your unit uses amp-pacs. One or more are bad. These are marked RSN3305P and cost about $66 each.