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Hello, This issue comes up very often regarding these systems. "Overload" is an indicator that there are either shorted speaker outputs inside the unit, a shorted speaker wire, or a blown I noticed that the heat-sink compond on the MOSFETs is still moist. I recently bought another one on Ebay for a dollar (they said that it was non-working and displayed 'Overload'). Categories: Flat Panel Televisions DVD & Blu-Ray Players Phones Audio & Video Receivers Home Theater Systems View All » Fax Machines CD Players Audio Shelf Systems View Less » Unanswered Questions check over here

Once I did that, the receiver started working beautifully -- full loudness surround sound working fantastic. (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share It cooled down and worked for a day or so and then it kept getting worse until finally it went into Overload right away. This is as far as I had to take it apart. A couple of internal ICs are connected to the central processor via I2C bus. http://www.electronicspoint.com/threads/panasonic-sa-he200-avr-overload-condition-fix.220907/

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To my understanding F70 error could mean almost every error. The only way to safely double your money is to fold it over once and place it back in your pocket. btw - they also loved it! I wonder how many times it was the holder and not the fuse?

only 1 usb port on tv 04-07-2012,05:28 PM #4 Speedy Gonzales View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Dec 2004 Location NZ Posts 44,425 Re: usb overcurrent error In fact, I did in the beginning, but the silicone was the real problem and the MOSFET was already damaged. It seems that most amps operate at a fairly high temp and is considered normal (just like video cards). Panasonic Sa-he100 Manual Despite the fact that some magazine articles (forget which magazine) stated that these could drive 6ohm and 4ohm, I've found that it's really not true, as I've gotten the "overload" message

Improper speakers? but the heatsink was even hotter, like burning hot. Last edited: Jul 15, 2010 Tesla, Jul 15, 2010 #5 keine Joined: Jul 15, 2010 Messages: 7 Likes Received: 0 I greatly appreciate the reply Tesla. It was also the cooler one to the touch (even in Overload) while IC601 (the other MOSFET of the pair) was hotter.

The chances of both of them going out at the same time are slim (it's probably one or the other). Panasonic Sa-he100 Overload It shut off, after anywhere between seconds and hours of running, and the fan wasn't turning on at all. While it played for hours with the cover off (with the 2 JBL towers and 1 center ... You won't be able to reach reference levels though.

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However, if you are not familiar with soldering or board level repair of complex electronic equipment, do yourself a favor and get some professional help (or even a friend that knows Comments: -Awesome thread. Panasonic Sa-he200 Service Manual Good luck with the repair. Rsn310r37a I noticed that the heat-sink compond on the MOSFETs is still moist.

It happened a second time a couple of days later — this time no recovery even after a long rest. http://sisei.net/panasonic-sa/panasonic-sa-he-70-f70-error.html As soon one IC fails to work, it seems the amp reports the error. To see if the compond is working, you will have to run it with the top off and be sure the MOSFETS are staying fairly cool on the fronts. Youre not using a USB hub are you?? Technics Receiver Overload Fix

the MOSFET fronts stay cool and all the heat is properly transferred to the heatsink (which still gets really hot). It was as if the bad one bad shut down completely.I know that you can sometimes remove the bad transistor or regulator and it will stop blowing fuses. Do you know what kind of voltage the stock fan originally ran at? this content It's like maintenance on your car.

Can i get Circuit diagrams to assist with such repairs? Ic602 Mosfet Thanks much to all of you for making even the possibility of repairing this happen. Stay logged in Sign up now!

Tesla, Jul 15, 2010 #7 keine Joined: Jul 15, 2010 Messages: 7 Likes Received: 0 Well, I didn't have any compound as was mentioned.

I was liberal but not oozing. Reply Re: Panasonic AV Control Receiver error code F70 Tim Lewis Posted Aug 28, 2006 On my unit I found that one of the ribbon cables (attaching the power circuit board I thought doing that would help get the speakers the more power they need guess it is time for a new receiver. Panasonic Sa He70 Overload It amazing how much better the thermal management works now with the new silicone.

Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP Rear Projection Units OLED Technology and Flat Panels General OLED Technology Great Found Deals! Pulled it out and felt the top of the receiver and it was pretty dang hot. The update may fix the error 04-07-2012,07:12 PM #8 The Error Guy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Generic Member Join Date Apr 2008 Location Wellington Posts 3,602 have a peek at these guys After that reciever showed f70 overload error.

Upon plugging back in, press and hold the power button at the same time for 5-10 seconds to force a hard reset. It's all about being pro-active ... After letting unit rest for 10 minutes unplugged, it took about a minute for OVERLOAD to appear; lots of time to measure voltages on pin 12. Windows 7 x64 // i5-3570K // 16GB DDR3-1600 // GTX660Ti 2GB // Samsung 830 120GB SSD // OCZ Agility4 120GB SSD Windows 7 x64 // Phenom II 955 // 8GB DDR3-1333

It turns out the schematics for the Panasonic SA-HE200 are easy to get on the internet.http://www.eserviceinfo.com/download..._SA-HE200.html There are 2 large MOSFET power transistor ICs mounted to the main heatsink. Checked fuses ..all ok, have no manual and was about to give up fixing this receiver without a schematic, when I went online and saw all the problems blogs. Anyways, I took off the top and felt the fets. At least finish up the movie I'm currently watching.

that will throw amps. I'm gonna try redo the silicone and put the original fan back on.