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SA-AK87 F61 error

The minute i turn on this mini compo, it flashes F61 and then just turns-off automatically, please help, thanks so much

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  • melneey Oct 10, 2008

    Same problem as mentioned before - I moved my player & plugged it back in & I get the same error message - no radio, no cd player, no ANYTHING.

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SOURCE: I WHAT IS FULT OF F61 IN SA-AK177

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F61 means a protection code which normally means there is a fault with the audio output IC. Check all your cables for shorts etc, and try hooking it back up. If the error is still there you'll have to put it in for service.
ALL THE BEST!

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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HELLO
F61 means a protection code which normally means there is a fault with the audio output IC. Check all your cables for shorts etc, and try hooking it back up. If the error is still there you'll have to put it in for service.
ALL THE BEST!

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