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Panasonic SA-HT680 DVD Home Theater Sound System

If we have this system set to listen to the radio or to the Aux setting for the TV, everything plays fine. When a DVD is played with this system, the sound will play real low for a couple of seconds and then quit completly. After that happens, no sound will play even as the radio or Aux. We have to turn the power off and back on to get it to work again. We can use it for days as long as we dont use the DVD player, but ass soon as we start a DVD the sound quits.

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  • grosnombril Nov 03, 2007

    Mine did the same except that now audio will never ever work. Video works though.

  • barney105 Jul 11, 2008

    Seem to have the same problem with my ht680. However, I noticed that the fan in the back never does come on and it should when the DVD is started, I believe. Any suggestions?

  • LadyCain May 26, 2009

    I have the exact same model, and have owned it for a few years with no problems at all, but suddenly two nights ago it began to cut out at random points on various selections (eg: AUX, DVD, Tuner, etc.) Sometimes it will play for hours, other times after only a few minutes it cuts out. My fan runs as it always has, and system shows no signs of a higher temperature than usual. I have gaming systems set up with it, so I am careful to watch the temperatures of each system to be sure none of them overheat.

    Spydey24, could specify what you are recommending as to solving this issue. Are you suggesting to replace the original plug?

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When i turn my home theater system on it says f61 then it shuts off can u plz help me out here =[

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

  • mul10e Jul 13, 2011

    I HAVE THIS PROBLEN. WHAT IS THE SOLUCION.

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When you switch from another mode to the CD it plays without having to push the 'disc' button...but it will play only for a short time before shutting off. Try pushing the 'disc' mode, even though it's already playing, and see if it stays on. It did for me.

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I have come to the conclusion that this system is full of glitches. the fan is notorious for quiting then the system overheats and your sound will cut out. Mine did the same thing. I ended up hooking the fan up to a adapter which helps with your issue. You need a 12Volt DC adapter and it is a .19Amp hope that helps.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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