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I get a code F61 and it wont even turn on. - Panasonic SC-HT640 System

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Well i got the same problem .,, every time i want to turn it on, the F61 code comes up. how can i fix it?

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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F61 on panasonic SA-AK220


There are no error codes in the users manual. In this series of models panasonic has standardized error code meanings. F61 means a failure in the power out circuits. Your first option is to remove all your speakers and the associated wiring with the power off. Repower unit and see if error is still there. If not, you have a speaker or wiring problem. If still there, you have an internal failure requiring service.

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Turn on dvd panasonic sc-ht440 the display see me f61


Hi, F61 is and amp error code. probably needs an output ic. could be a shorted speaker or bad cooling fan. Disconnect all speakers and turn it on. if the fans run and it still displays f61 then odds are very good an amp ic is bad.'''Hope it helped.

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F61 Error message on screen. We can't get the player to even turn on.


Most likly needs an output or voltage IC. Could be other things like a bad fan or other componant. With Panasonic models F61 is a bad voltage code.

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DISPLAY STARTS OK THEN F61 APPEARS THEN STEREO SWITCHES OFF


Probaby needs the output ic. F61 is an output/power error code. But check that the fans turn before trying to replace or taking it in to be fixed. If a fan is not turning you will get F61 too.

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Im having a erorr saying f61


F61 is and amp error code. probably needs an output ic. could be a shorted speaker or bad cooling fan. Disconnect all speakers and turn it on. if the fans run and it still displays f61 then odds are very good an amp ic is bad.

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yes i did see this code F61  but turned off and back on and the surround and center speakers still don't work

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F61 code on SA HT540 system


i think it means that the cooling fan is faulty.
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the problem is F61 is speaker protection mode on.
fault with your audio power amp section.
i can help you.
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Sound amplifier ic??******** this guy is talking out of his ***.
F61 relates to fan error. There are two fans, one of them is either spinning too slowly or not at all.
This fan can be purchased in any computer store. Just remove it and take it with you.

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