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Hi, i had the same problem with a panasonic player, when you see the code F61 in the screen it is because the audio output IC is defective,change that and the set will work perfectly. hope it work.

Panasonic... | Answered Yesterday


Looking at your question, it appears that the problem is not always on the same channel (right/left). This makes me wonder if the problem is the source or the cables you are using. The easy way to test this is to connect everything, check which speaker is not working, then swap the left and right cables at the aux jack. If the same speaker does not work, then it is a problem with the SA-AK200. If the problem switches to the other speaker, the SA-AK200 is not the problem and you should try replacing the cables or suspect the source (whatever you are trying to connect to aux) is at fault. If the SA-AK200 is the problem, I would suspect bad solder connections at the input jacks. Good luck

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Dec 12, 2017


I realize this question was asked a long time ago, but I'll post a photo now anyway in case someone else has this same question. The drive in this machine and also in the RX-FT560 has two belts. The long one makes the capstans go around, and the short one makes the take up reals move. In the photo, you can see the short belt, and I have drawn a not too straight line where the long one goes. It goes under the big wheels that drive the capstan spindles and around the motor pulley. I hope this helps someone.


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Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Dec 09, 2017


On the front of the CD door there is a tiny hole. Get yourself a paper clip and insert one end into the player. That is the manual eject pushbutton.

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Dec 07, 2017


You have this backwards. Codes are in the remote control, if compatible.

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Dec 07, 2017

Tip

What is the process for Multizoning a DVD-S38 / DVD-S48 / DVD-S58 / DVD-S68 / DVD-S500 / DVD-S700 DVD Player



Providing your DVD Player is one of the below models, you can multizone the unit yourself using the remote supplied with the product and another Panasonic product remote thas a Pause button on it

Applicable Models:
DVD-S38 / DVD-S48 / DVD-S58 / DVD-S68 / DVD-S500 / DVD-S700

Multizoning Process:
1. Power on the unit and open the disc tray
2. Using the remote that came with the player, press the following buttons in sequence
3. AUDIO 1 9 8 2
4. SUBTITLE
5. Using the other Panasonic Remote (not the one that came with the player), press the PAUSE button
6. On the remote that came with the DVD player, press the 0 (zero) button
7. If you have followed the above process correctly, the word ON should be shown on the front panel display of the player*1

*1 Please note: The models DVD-S500 and DVD-S700 do not have a front panel display,
so the only way of confirming that the multizoning process has been done correctly, is to
try playing a DVD disc from another region code other than region 4

or this one.
This hack requires the S48 remote plus a universal remote configured for the S48 with a separate 'Pause' button (or another Panasonic DVD remote with a separate 'Pause' button may work).

I used a cheap universal remote.

1. Select DVD device on remote.

2. Hold magic button until the DVD button blinks twice.

3. Enter device code 0490 (DVD button blinks twice)

Neither the 'Play/Pause' nor 'Frame' buttons on the S48 remote work for this hack.

1. Power on.

2. Open tray.

3. Using the S48 remote press Audio, 1, 9, 8, 2, Subtitle

4. Using the other remote (URC 7562) press Pause.

5. Using the S48 remote press 0.

The DVD front panel should now show the text "on".

The DVD should now be region-free.
Region code hack posted by spook65, December 12 2012:


DVD-S48EG-K (Region 2)

This is the process for unlocking, the Panasonic DVD-S48 for
multi-zone.

Please note, you will need a universal remote control which
has a PAUSE button in order to unlock this player.

1. Turn the power ON
2. Open the disc tray
3. Using the remotes, press AUDIO 1 9 8 2 SUBTITLE PAUSE 0
4. Switch the player to STANDBY and then switch ON again.

The display should read ON after you enter PAUSE 0.
If this doesn't happen, switch the player off and start the
sequence again.

The remote supplied with Panasonic player has a PLAY/PAUSE
button rather than a separate PAUSE button. If you use the
PLAY/PAUSE button, the tray will close and the unlock
sequence will be aborted.

To get round this, you need a universal remote set-up to use
with the DVD player. After pressing SUBTITLE on the
Panasonic remote, quickly press the PAUSE button on the
universal remote, then press 0 on the Panasonic remote to
complete to unlock code entry.

do this at your own risk.

http://eng-au.faq.panasonic.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/21518/~/what-is-the-process-for-multizoning-a-dvd-s38-%2F-dvd-s48-%2F-dvd-s58-%2F-dvd-s68-%2F


https://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks/panasonic-dvd-s48eb-k/11884

on Dec 05, 2017 | Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders


Hello,

check it out this link, maybe can help you https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repairing+a+Panasonic+SA-HT810V+with+the+H02-H07+error/2708

Try to clean reading head from vhs player with isopropilic alcohol, maybe is dirt and give this error.

Good luck !

Panasonic... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017

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