Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
Shows push power protector message on the display. None of the speakers are connected but still displays the message. From several solutions on net, got to know that amp ic could be the reason. SO I need to know the cost of 1 audio amp IC. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: f61 error code
Sorry to hear about your error code F61
This code refers to a High Limit Temp. condition.
This is most likely caused by the cooling fan.
If the Fan has stopped running or not running at full speed, you will recv. this error message and the temp. reaches high-end limit.
Please check the cooling fan, any possible air flow restrictions and correct running RPM.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
SOURCE: IT DISPLAYS PROTECTOR PUSH POWER
its in standby, try it again, if it does it repeatedly theres a problem in the switching power supply not letting it power-up to save components
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
SOURCE: Push Power Protector
As had already been stated by several people, the "Push Power Protector" scrolling marquee means that you have a short in one or more of your speaker wires. This is an easy problem to fix. First, trouble shoot which wire(s) has the short by unplugging all 6 speaker wires from the back of the unit. Then turn on the unit and switch the function to "Tuner FM." That way when you start plugging the wires back in, you will have sound (music) playing out of the speakers you plug back in, thus ensuring that that speaker wire doesn't have the "short." Now, with the unit on, start plugging in the wires one at a time in the following order...Green, Purple, Red, White, Grey and then Blue. Somewhere in that sequence, you will find that the unit shuts down and the scrolling marquee of "Push Power Protector" comes back on. Viola! You have your short. For me, it was the Grey wire because I had spliced it with additional wire to reach the back of my room and the splice was touching, thus creating the short. I placed a little more electrical tape on the splice to keep it separate and I am back in business! Good luck! :)
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
SOURCE: "Push Power'' and ''Protector"
my sony bravia is KLV-32S400A. i tried to stop the dvd playing and turn off the home theatre, but the tv is still on. suddenly there was a loud blast sound and the home theatre shows PUSH POWER PROTECTOR.
please help what should i do with it?
Posted on May 21, 2010
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