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Connecting putdoor speakers to a panasonic stereo with Bi wire speaker cables

I have panasonic stereo model number SC-PM53 with bi wire (high /low) speaker cables. I want to connect the stereo to outdoor speakers which run a standard positive negative connection.
When i have hooked the speakers up in parrell from the back of the unit thje stereo displays "F61" fault

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See page 6 of the manual here: https://support.panasonic.co.nz/docstore/SC-EH780%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf

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Please see this link for more information:
http://www.brilliancehifi.co.uk/how-to-bi-wire-speakers.htm

Please rate my answer if you find this useful.

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Chris

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