Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
Had a storm, tv and cable shut down and the surge protector started to beep. Turned it off but now I can not stop it from beeping - I dont 'know how to reset it even after pushing the reset button.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Push Power Protector
I had the same. It was caused by the speaking wire ends touching the unit. I was just setting it up and had not fully connected everything. They were just loose. In general i think the message is trying to say check the power or check all your cables for short circuts.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Actually, what appears to have happened is that somehow the door locked while it was open. I've ordered the door latch mechanism and the repairman is coming as soon as the part arrives. Good thing too. The seal around the inside of the drum was torn in places and leaking water. We've ordered that too. Thanks for all your suggestions. By the way - there was no error code at all. Hopefully this will all help someone else.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
SOURCE: panasonic sa-ht700
Usually problems that start "out of the blue" after being powered-up for hours, caused by heat building up are due to things inside getting hotter and hotter until they fail. Unless something actually burns up, this is a reversible problem. Shut it down to allow it to cool off, and it works again. I own a SA-HT700. After 24 hours or so of being powered-on. it starts making a loud rumbling noise. Turning it off for 20 minutes fixes the problem. There's a fan on the back of the unit. It does not work. The heat sinks inside my unit are not covered with dust - suggesting the fan has never worked. I rigged an external DC supply to the 12V fan, so now the fan runs all the time. I am waiting to see if this fixes the problem.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: Protector and "push Power"
Please check speaker wires should be properly connected and not touched / shorted.
Push Power Protect is error sign when unit got problem in Power Amp area and mostly its Power Amp Out IC failure.
I would suggest to ask Sony for warranty cover.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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