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Comments to date: 4. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
pvtuan 9:30pm on Sunday, October 31st, 2010 
Definte OK on this The system is definitely OK. Great system for the price but some MP3 limitations. I bought this system Xmas 2001. ...
FTELabs 12:33pm on Sunday, October 10th, 2010 
Dolby digital, 5 disc changer, subwoofer, great sound There should be a tray to load the discs
GoldenGoose 8:49am on Sunday, August 15th, 2010 
WARNING !DVD Sytem has a defect that Panasonic will not repair. This DVD home theater system has a defect that is not being addressed by panasonic. Stay away from Panasonic! Customer Service - the Panasonic website claims this is very important to them.
SeVeR 7:14am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 
5 disc changer, subwoofer, dolby pro-logic Should have a different type of disc tray

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Re: Panasonic SAHT70 not working! :(
Source: http://sci.techarchive.net/Archive/sci.electronics.repair/200708/msg00580.html
From: "Arfa Daily" <arfa.daily@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 22:14:04 GMT
"aarpay via ElectronicsKB.com" <u36611@uwe> wrote in message news:76bed0e7b9a57@xxxxxx Arfa: I rechecked the voltages on the unit. With the unit in standby mode, pin 14 on IC502 reads about +2.0 V. FP549 also reads about +2.0 V on either side. The voltage on both of these gradually drops the longer the unit has been plugged in. Also, If I unplug the unit, I get the same readings. I suppose charge is stored in the capacitors somewhere. If I press the power button, the voltage reading (for both IC502 and both ends of FP549) jumps to about +12.0 V, then the unit goes into standby mode after 1 second, and the readings go back to about +2.0 V (dropping gradually). Any suggestions? Thanks By the way, I can't figure out the right place to rightclick. I'm not seeing an email address. Message posted via http://www.electronicskb.com
OK. Well that basically tells us that the problem is not the protector, or probably its feed either, so it will be necessary to start checking the output voltages of IC502, which is where it gets complicated, because as it only stays on a second or two, before dropping back to standby, you don't have long to evaluate what is appearing on the chip's outputs. As it is also possible that the input voltages never have time to reach their normal running level, it takes a degree of experience to determine if output pins that are reading low in that second or two, are *heading* for the right Re: Panasonic SAHT70 not working! :( 1
Re: Panasonic SAHT70 not working! :( level. For an email direct to me, use mag.replies@xxxxxxxxxxxx Arfa

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Panasonic SAHT70 not working! :(
Source: http://sci.techarchive.net/Archive/sci.electronics.repair/200708/msg00471.html
From: "aarpay" <u36611@uwe> Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 19:46:32 GMT Hi all, I was recently repairing my SAHT70 dvd player because the subwoofer kept cutting out. I fixed the problem. Then, I was about to remove a little piece of plastic that had fallen onto the circuit board with my tweezers. I accidently dropped the tweezers onto the circuit board this caused a big spark with some smoke. Now, when plugged in, the unit displays the red stand by light, but when I press the power button, it goes green for about 2 seconds then back into standby (red), whilst the relay near the power input clicks once or twice. Does anybody know what that means and if I can fix it? Thanks.

 

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