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Power surge all through house. my sc-ak500 does nothing is it repairable

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Have you checked the fuse in the plug

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Can i bypass voltage regulator


No! the voltage regulator takes a higher voltage on the input and lowers the output voltage coming out and keeps the voltage constant at that level, bypassing will damage your unit.

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Had a power surge into the house- the tv was not on a surge protector and i am wondering if the tv is blown out- or is there a fuse possibly that blows at a power surge?


hello kath... if the tv won't come on now the power surge fried internal fuse and possibly more. The least expensive way to get this repair is to physically take the tv to the repair shop. If they have to make house calls, the cost goes up significantly. Joe

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Take it to a dealer to repair it, the power surge fried it and there's nothing you can do about that.

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Recently there was a storm in my area. Satellite quit working then TV went out. TV is on a surge protector and nothing else quit working but tv. The power light blinks and nothing can be done to make TV...


Usually the blinking indicates a power section problem. That could have been from a power surge. Thats a shop job to fix. Since its out of warrenty you need to get an estimate first. Repair costs can be more than a new tv. Last one I saw was $450ish. If you have any local tv repair shops talk to them , then talk to sharp and get contact info for the repair depot and talk to them. Get estimates from all, then compare that to a new tv cost and you will know which way is best for you to go.

Unless you spent almost as much on the surge supressor as the tv they are only actually meant to protect the wiring in the house. The do not react fast enough to actually stop a power surge. They just cut off a short circuit problem so the house wiring doesn't overheat and burn the house down.

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Start up f61


output amplifier burned, send to repair

Feb 18, 2010 | Panasonic SC-AK500 CD Shelf System

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Check out the cold weldings in the circuits, It worked for me

Aug 26, 2009 | Panasonic SC-AK500 CD Shelf System

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House already wired up for wall speakers (2 wires) BUT


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The 4 wires are 2 for the treble/midrange 2 for the bass.
You can tie the wires in parallel ( one wire from one pair to another in the other pair and repeat) but you need to know how many "ohms" the stereo can handle.
Should say on the back of the rack system

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