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Panasonic Home Theater Red Light is On but does not Power On

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by paobont, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. paobont

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    Hi. I came upon my old Panasonic Home Theater System SC-PT565 when cleaning and tried to open it if it still works. Plugged it in the Power Supply and the Red Light beside the power button comes on, but when i press the Power Button itself, nothing happens.
     
  2. Alec_t

    Alec_t

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    Welcome to EP!
    Did you have the TV switched on when you tested the system?
    According to P30 of the manual your system has a VIERA Link arrangement which puts the system into standby mode when the TV turns off. Could that have kicked in?
     
  3. shrtrnd

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    I'm thinking along the lines of Alec_t.
    Are you using a remote, and if so, does the battery need to be replaced?
    (The remote itself may have a problem)
    Are there manually-operated front panel controls that you haven't tried yet?
    My experience, when I get nothing, is there's something wrong with the way I'm trying to access power-up, and
    not necessarily that the home theater system is defective.
    Hope you get it going.
     
  4. paobont

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    Sorry for the late response.
    @Alec_t - this system has been unused for i think 2years now, and i dont have any idea where the TV is now, i may have given it to someone or somebody might have taken it without my knowledge, anyway, connecting it the TV is not an option now.
    @shrtrnd - funny thing is, i have 3 different Panasonic Remotes here, 1 is for DVD and the other 2 is for Home Theater, i tried all of them even replaced new batteries but still nothing happens. Maybe the remote for this system is long gone, is it possible to just purchase a new remote?

    There seems to be no problem with the power supply as i tried different equipment to the same outlet and they work just fine. Also replaced the power cord because maybe the lines are broken but i think the red light would not turn on if it is.
     
  5. shrtrnd

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    Google the make and model of your system asking about the remote control.
    There are probably places that sell the original replacement, or a 'universal' remote that will operate your system.
     
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