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Panasonic model SB-PC670 Speaker System

I have no idea how to hook up this sytem in the subject? My sister rip the wires all off of the system. Then she hands the system to me and has no manual as how to hook it back up?

My email address is CS537613@verizon.net

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My system does the same thing with F61 displaying for 5 seconds before shutting off. I took the fan in the rear off, and noticed that it came on to the touch but didnt stay on continuously. However, when it came on It started performing normally. So, I also noticed that the insides where the fan was located became warm when no air was blowing on it. System will shut off to protect itself. Dont know how to get fan off yet. But fan for my model is sold on Panosonic Website. Not very expensive if you know how to install. Around $17.00 for fan itself. If someone knows how to install , please send message.

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