Question about Panasonic SC-AK71 Shelf System
Scanner/Player moves to right about 1 inch and returns to home position twice. Then "error" appears in display. I noticed loose thin cable about 17" long. I see what appear to be 4 pullys at scanner/player area(2 at top and 2 at botton. I also see a tension spring on left side frame attached to a white plastic holder with other side of spring free.
I assume that the cable is somehow placed on pulley and the end of cable is attached to spring. Any help on the procedure to do this would be greatly appreciated. I don't know if I were to get the service manual if it would show the assembling of the cable. Thank you for your help,Frank
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my panasonic SA-PM193 died after
... whatever that tells us.
If you severely modified the load to the amp by running more speakers than it's designed to drive and/or at a lower impedence, well, are you surprised?
It only pushes around 25 watts/channel AT TEN PERCENT DISTORTION through a carefully and unrealistically limited bandwidth specification.
Running 'clean' (under, say, 1% distortion throughout th 20-20000hz range) it probably only pushes 10 watts/channel. Once an amp is taxed beyond it's clean abilities it will start to distort, badly, and distortion will kill speakers and maybe the amp itself.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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