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If a professional works on them, they go back together
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Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-SA-HE70K-Receivers-manual/id/312ag701/t/2/

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One way to loosen them is to tap the tube that goes in and near the union, with something that won't damage the metal.
Just keep turning the tubes and tapping.
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  3. In Standby hold 'Stop' & 'CH UP' together for 5-10 seconds until tray opens
If this fails then re-initialise the Machine as follows
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  3. Hello displayed followed by TM AV1
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  5. 11-11 then 12-12 and finally 22-22 displayed
Switch Machine on and Retune

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