I have brought this home theatre recently.
It comes up intermittenly when playing dvd's. Error F61 then the unit turns off.
Do you know what this is ?
Also there is audio in on the back of the home theatre but only audio in (not audio out) on the Phllips 32PF7321 32" LCD.
Which plug do I put it in to as there is only audio in ?
Nope, this is a micro music system with cassette dect, cd and fm tuner. But I put one of the speaker in another room. It worked properly. Now, the decive can not open with this error code. Is the problem long cable for the speaker?
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A customer brought one of these to me not so long ago. Although the fans stick out of the back, the best way to access them is from inside the unit.
The fans can be cleaned most effectively with compressed air. Remove it and do the job outside.
Quite often, the fan bearing is shot, which is why they run noise and slow and the system overheats. The best option is a straight replacement. I Googled the part number from the original fan and found that it was obsolete. However, an alternative was available. This was a straight swap fit, so no issues.
Assuming that this is the model complete with "receiver" and speakers+sub and you use these and the original connections. You could try and measure your ohm level on each speaker to control if there is a bad/blown speaker. The Ohm level should be the same on each speaker - roughly. - Hope this will get you somewhere!
Hi Can anyone tell me what the IR data rate is for the Panasonic Home theatre SA-HT855 I want to know for the remote repeater I have will only work in the 30/40 range I hope this makes sense to someone as it makes very little to me!
The F61 is the shorthand for protect mode. This indicates a problem with the output amplifier section. I don't have a listing for your specific model, but a similar one HT95 lists IC501 as the output amp chip. Check for the marking on the large black IC attached to the heatsink it may be RSN311W. If so, this can be ordered using part number: RSN311W64D-P for $95.20 from tritronicsinc.com.
just had the f61 error code on my home theatre system, now i work with samsung dvds and tv's so the background knowledge is there ( i hope), i dont know if u guys noticed the fans making a noise whenever you switched it on before the fault happened but mine were making a hell of a noise, this prompted me to have a look inside and find 2 fans both of which were very dusty, just a 10 minute clean and a 10 min reassemble and im back up and running on all channels.
The F61 indicates a problem detected in the output amp stage and the unit us shutdown to prevent further damage. If you can supply the model number, I can give you the part required and the approximate cost.
Typically the F61 error is a protection error indicating that there is a problem with the output amplifier section. The failiing part is usually IC501 (part number RSN311W64D) which costs about $95. Have this unit checked as there are other possibilities.