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Hi fi wont turn on !

Hi when i try to switch my seperates on it just cuts out every time then displays f 61 .please help me to sort this problem out .

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Hi. im assuming its a technics / panasonic system judging by the F 61 error code? try testing the cooling fan at the rear (assuming it has one) i once had the same error code on my technics amp and it turned out to be a faulty cooling fan. after replacement out of a scrap unit, the amp worked perfect.

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