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I have a panasonic SA-PT750 and when i turn it on all it says is F61 before this i was playing music on my ipod using it and started to make a wierd buzzing noise. Please help me!!

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Hello,I have a sa-pt1050.I says in my manuel if this is flashing to check speaker cable connections,if this does not fix it consult your dealer

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