Question about Panasonic SC-PT1050 System
I followed the instructions which were turn on wireless subwoofer. While pressing >>/>> on the main unit, press the numbered button (3) on the remote until "P" lights in the main unit's display. While "P" is displayed, press ID/SET. While pressing >>/>> on the main unit, press the numbered button (3) on the remote. The WS lights on the main unit's display. Turn subwoofer off and on again. Make sure its indicator lights up green. What is happening when I take these steps is, the W1 stays lit, the WS next to it flashes. The indicator light goes green for a second, then back to red. No sound comes from the subwoofer throughout the process. All the other speakers are working fine. They have speaker wire to connect to the wireless system. The subwoofer doesn't have any wires, except the power cord. Please help. I am so close! Thank you. Missy
I had the same problem and it turned out that the directions are very unclear. You need to not only press the ID/SET button on the wireless system, but also on the wireless subwoofer itself. That solved my problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
There are 2 things you can try, first ensure that the digital transmitter is fully inserted into the slot of the main unit. Secondly do you have any other wireless devices near such as cordless phone or wireless network equipment? See page 5 of the installation manual as per this picture.......
Posted on Jul 26, 2007
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