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I was just fixing one of the my main speakers because the sound wires weren't connected properly and then everything was fine... but then all of a sudden the system turned off. Now whenever I try to turn on the system, the system makes a humming sound like a quiet generator and on the system screen F61 shows up and the system then turns off on its own. I unplugged the system several times however, the same thing repeats itself. What does this mean? pls help me because I do love this system and I'm sure this can be fixed with a little assistance... thx Alif

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Open it up and see if it has glass fuses.one might be blown

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