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"F76" is a power supply problem. Could be something really simple or something much harder to figure out. These units aren't really user serviceable and it's way too old to still be in warranty(?) so maybe you've been whapped with a subtle hint to upgrade to a blu-ray HT system. You'd be able to keep the rest of the system and just replace the head unit.
Seems to be a problem with a Transistor BD244c PNP. Old problem of 3years plus wich means are the goods fit for purpose as defined by The Sale of Goods Act/ If not even if they are out of warranty you should get a replacement or your money back
you wil have to subtitute a tech for a dealer instead.they will be able to help check along the left side of the home page for fixya and try to locate a repairman near you just put in your area code.good luck.
spoke to a friend at an authorized servicer and he said he has never heard of that code but from what yourm describing its eather the outputs the speakers or the power supply Oh and a sevice manual is availiable at the partstore.com or from the panasonic web site as I've been there. good luck