Question about Panasonic Home Theater System System
It sounds like the card has failed, you can test this by attaching your rear speaker to the front left and right channel on the receiver. If the speakers work without issue you know those rear channels are failing. If they still have an issue, try different speaker cable, after a while (especially in humid environments) speaker cables get corroded and start to have issues causing intermittent transmission.
Most likely though it is a problem in the receiver, but these tests can help you determine for certain.
Thanks, let me know if this doesn't help
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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