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Take new speaker wires and connect them to your new speakers. the wires may have to be cut and new terminals fitted depending on what you have. It would be ideal to solder the ends that clip into the stereo Just make sure the new speakers have the same impedance as the original
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: panasonic sa -ak 27
This is a common error for these Panasonic units. I work at an authorized Panasonic service center and have repaired many of these.
This error is caused by either 1 of these 2 problems, both of which will require service for replacement of parts.
1. The amplifier IC is bad and needs to be replaced.
2. There are a couple of smaller components in the amp circuit that need to be replaced. One is a zener diode and the other is a resistor.
The F61 error is caused by a bad amp circuit or power supply circuit. In most cases it is the amp circuit. More often than not, it is the zener diode and resistor that are bad. This would be preferable since the amplifier IC is very expensive and a total repair cost would be close to $200. The zener diode and resistor repair would be closer to about $100 depending on the rates of the service center.
I know this may not be the answer you were hoping to get, but it is the problem you have.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2008
The 4 wires are 2 for the treble/midrange 2 for the bass.
You can tie the wires in parallel ( one wire from one pair to another in the other pair and repeat) but you need to know how many "ohms" the stereo can handle.
Should say on the back of the rack system
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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