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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Panasonic SA-HT692
Thanks for your help, but I couldn't wait any longer and took care of the problem. This is what I did to fix it: With the dvd player unplugged, I removed all the screws and opened up the dvd player to make sure that there was no dvd stuck inside. Once I confirmed that there were no obstructions, I then proceeded to plug in the dvd player so I can see how the player reacted to the error messages. I noticed that every time I pressed the eject button, the section where the sensor reads the disc was slightly moving but not fully reacting. So right above the laser sensor apparatus, there's a white plastic circular piece and I moved that around a few times and it did the trick. Problem solve, the dvd player is working like a champ. Hope this helps if someone out there that has the same problem.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
There is a subwoofer outlet at the back of the sa dp1 connect via cable to the inlet on your sub then on your sa dp1 remote press shif and subwoofer at the same time
Posted on May 23, 2009
I have a very similar problem with the same exact Panasonic sub. I went to Best Buy and Radio Shack looking for an adapter, and they basically told me that one does not exisit. Apparently, Panasonic designed the home theater system specifcally so that it could not work if any part of the entire system was ever seperated.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
It sounds like the laser that reads the disc has gone bad. Depending on how much you paid for it new, you might be better off just buying a new player
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
ANY amp will be ok, as long as the wattage of your new amp does not exceed the wattage of your speakers. Otherwise you could overdrive your speakers and damage them. First clue, if you turn up the volume and the speakers start to shut off and on you are pushing too much power to them.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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To enjoy sound from the TV (Page 29)
AUX*1: When using an Audio cable
ARC*1: When using an HDMI cable
(Available when using an ARC
DIGITAL IN*1: When using an Optical
digital audio cable
And from Page 29
Turn on your TV and select the appropriate audio input mode
[AUX, ARC, D-IN] to suit the connections to this unit. (Page 22)
Page 30 details how to set the audio link.
Setting the audio link with the TV
With the remote control;
Select the actual TV audio connection on the main unit.
1 Press [START] and press [3, 4] to select "Other
Functions" and press [OK].
2 Press [3, 4] to select "Setup" and press [OK].
3 Press [3, 4] to select "TV / Device Connection" and press
4 Press [3, 4] to select "TV Audio Input".
5 Press [2, 1] to switch "AUX","ARC" or "DIGITAL IN".
Select "AUX" or "ARC"*1 in "TV Audio Input" when the
DIGITAL AUDIO IN terminal is used for the STB
Whenever the connection or settings are changed, reconfirm
the points above.
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