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Panasonic sa pm42

Turn Volume up, power shuts off and get "P76" flash on the screen.

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  • Bryan Richardson
    Bryan Richardson Nov 17, 2013

    If you keep the volume below 20, the unit works fine, but as soon as you increase the volume above 20, affter a few seconds the unit switches off and "F76" flashes on the screen. It is most annoying as Volume 20 isn't very loud. Is it an adjustment in the amp or power supply?

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This is a protection mode. Always look at the back to see the correct resistance of speakers to use and never double speakers up. If you wire it up correctly it will not trip out. If it trips out anyways then it is time for servicing.

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