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Panasonic wireless system se fx60; rear speaker is "clicking". We have checked to ensure no wires are touching...what do we try next?

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robotek
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SOURCE: speakers shorted system

Unfortunatly, something has failed in the unit. Check the internal fuses first. Replace with only the exact type, and try again(FIRST be sure there are no more crushed sections in the speaker cable). If a fuse fails again, the amp needs repairs. Shorted speaker wires often end in blown output stages, and can be costly to fix. Good luck

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Looking for model number of wireless rear syst. for Sony STR-DE91

If you can't find the model number, which is on the speakers, I suggest browsing the esupport pages at Sony Style where you can see pictures of the "Wireless Audio Systems" in "Option 2" to find your product. They only have 11 products listed under the Wireless Audio Systems; you can bypass the "Series" definition and select the "Model" instead.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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