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SL-hdv600 error code h02 What is causing this when I put a dvd in the drive, a cd will play for 30 seconds then stops

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  • eileennorman Jan 11, 2009

    wont read CD, thinks about it and then says DVD HO2, then reads no disc.

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SOURCE: panasonic DVD-RP56 Error H02

I read about removing the cover and spinning the motor by hand. It was suggested without power. I found that I had to have the unit powered up when I hand-spun the motor, then everything worked perfectly... we'll see for how long.

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