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Wont come out of stanby mode ??

Hi all, I have a panasonic SA XR50. We recently moved house and while I was wiring (speakers) the unit up I think I may have shorted something out. Anyway now the unit will only come on in stanby mode when I try to turn it on it "beeps" at me several times and switches back to stanby mode. Is there a fix for this or a way to reset the unit? Or should I be sending it back to panasonic for repair ... Thanks in advance, Tony.

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  • Anthony Caouki Jul 25, 2006

    Thanks for the advice .. fingers crossed ...

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The trouble your describing tells me that theres a short in the output circuit of this unit. Unless you know how to troubleshoot solid state electronics, Please take to a pro to have it serviced , as there are no user serviceable parts inside this unit. Good Luck

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