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I get an error code F61 on a CD Stereo System SA-PM11

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This is a protection indication. Either the power amp pac is defective or the power regulator circuit is faulty. In either case you are looking at about $40-$50 in parts plus the local labor rate for the repair.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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