Question about Panasonic SC-HT680 System
My panasonic SA-ht680' 5 disc dvd/cd changer is not working(kids somehow skipped some gears moving in and out of the player) and it has some unfinished buisness with disc three...etc. But all I want to do is bypass the dvd/cd player to use the aux inputs for surround sound etc, can i do that?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remember to turn the volume up on the cable box and down on the surround sound so you will get max audio input to the surround system and then adjust using the surround sound remote! good luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Check your "Setup Menu" with NO DVD in the player. Could be the wrong format, should be 720p or 1080i or 1080p. Are you using Component cables to your TV or HDMI? if Component, check your connections, it is color coded but may be hard to see with most installations. Use a flashlight to make sure colors are correct Red to Red, Blue to Blue and Green to Green. Sounds like you've got cables mixed up. It happens to the best of us! and I do it for a living! Hope this helps
Posted on May 22, 2009
Hi! the chgr err code indicates one of you trays is stuck inside the dvd tray unit. this occurs typically when the reader is initializing the last disk viewed and you push the exchange disk button. This happened already twice on my system. I did solve the problem by opening the unit and removing all components until I could access the trays and manually release the mechanism. I only recommend doing so if the player is out of warranty and if you are not afraid on working with small electronic/ components parts. I could not find any other non-invasive solution to the problem.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Panasonic SA-PT960
There is a fault with the DVD Changer and the noise is the gears grinding. This is a common fault with these units as a small arm within the unit breaks and blocks the mechanism.
You can either try and replace the complete DVD Changer or remove it and just us it as a surround sound system with your auxiliaries connected to it.
Posted on May 09, 2011
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