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SBWA830 not working

I'm getting a F61 error. My friend looked at the system and says power is going to the amp, but doesn't seem to be coming back (?).

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Probably the amp ic needs replacing.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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- check that fan is working correctly. One user said that he had to open the machine and just add some oil on the turning wheel of the fan.

Hope any of these tips work. I will try it myself also.

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