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My Panasonic SA-HT733 home theater system is giveing na error saying "INIT"? plz tell me how to resolve it

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Okay, that guy is soooo wrong. Do you have your remote? Click setup and click disc and click on ratings and click unlock, just click #8, you may have to do this twice but it will unlock... no taking this apart... good luck :)

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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Try these steps to reset the unit. I got these from the Panasonic Cust. Service # 1800-211-7262
1. Unplug the unit power.
2. Wait 2-3 mins before replugging the unit.
3. Turn it on.
4. If the display shows INIT / PLEASE WAIT, Press and HOLD the Tune Mode (STOP) button on the main unit. At the same time press #10 (Channel button) in the remote control. They have to be pressed & held simultaneously for atleast 5 seconds. Wait till the INIT / Please Wait display disappears.
5. Once the message disappears, RESTART the main unit by pressing the POWER button OFF / ON.
6. If it does not work, try several times. If it does not work, contact a local repair shop (call them to find out a repair shop near you). If the repair shop wont do it for you, call them back - thats what they told me.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

olhonda
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SOURCE: Panasonic home theater SA-HT940

I have an SA-PT960 that came up with the same error.
I unplugged it and plugged it back in after 30 seconds.
Seemed to solve the problem.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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Although the Panasonic Home Theater systems are great when they work properly. If your machine displays the "f61" error message, it's likely to be little more than a paper weight for the average person. The inner workings of the machine are rather complex to disassemble for diagnostics. And can take several hours to check all the components. The best advice I can give you is to sell the machine on e-bay as a broken item. If you offer shipping you can get more money for a complete system (speakers & all).

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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