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Panasonic SA-H175 When the DSP is defeated  the Tuner picks up signal and amps it OK but outputs to only one speaker (both speakers are OK). Nothing else works! When the DSP defeat is turned off, ie., DSP is on, nothing works, and  the machine quickly  displays "F70" and says turn off power. I opened it up, lifted out and tested the five fuses (three 8 amp, one 4 amp and one 1.6 amp) with a continuity tester. All OK.  Any suggestions?  Thanks in advance

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SOURCE: Panasonic SA-HE100 5.1 system error code F70

I was able to fix this problem by replacing a fuse. Remove the cover (7 screws). Directly behind the fan are 2 boards with 5 fuses on them. The boards are 1 over the other. The fuse I replaced was labeled F5 and on the top board with the fuse facing down on the underside of the board.

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

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SOURCE: My Panasonic sa-he200 unit is giving me an

if unit in warranty send to service

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Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Intermittent F70 Error

I now also have this problem. I don't fully understand the instructions given above, can someone please give more detail?

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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i Have a Panasonic SA-HE9 and i cant get the optical cable too work on my Playstation 3 to get sound from there. can any 1 help me with this?????

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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SOURCE: I have an older Panasonic

What does the TV really need from the receiver in all of this? Minimally, Component video for the DVD and managing the SA-HT920, not much else.

A TV is not normally an optimal source of audio.

Your broadcast TV-related sound would be higher quality and easier to obtain if you got it from the Cable or Sat box you probably have. Route ITS BEST (digital multichannel) audio directly to the SA and and its BEST (HI-DEF) VIDEO directly to the TV. You could also run vanilla analog audio to the TV so you can watch news in lo-fi audio on the TV.

The exact model of TV would be helpful to know as audio capabilities may vary.

Should you still feel the need to run TV-originated audio to the SA from the Viera through its headphone or audio output, connect that to any available analog RCA input.

Connection of a jack into the audio output will pass unmodified TV audio to the SA. That's a good thing as the REAL audio electronics needs an unmodifed source for best results.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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Manuals help.

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

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

Not knowing anything about your 'external' amp or how you want it to function the only thing you could do is feed it the analog stereo output of the SA-HE70 from one of its OUTs (Tape or VCR). It won't be volumed-controlled by the SA-HE70.

Posted on Jun 01, 2011

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