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Panasonic NV-VP30. DVD displaying fault H02

When I put a DVD into the player it begins 'reading' the disc but then 'H02' flashs up on the display panel and then 'STOP'. I have also lost the manual so I don't even know what fault it refers to.

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    Hi,
    i have the same problem with my player nv vp30


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SOURCE: Polaroid PDX-0073 7 LCD Portable DVD Player

Hello
I had that problem, the problem is that where you put the disc (the black Circle) tends to get a bit loose so it moves downwards.

so the distance between the lens and the under surface of the DVD / CD is reduce, so the beam is NOT return to the lens.

The way I fix it is by pulling the black circle EXTREMELY carefully and SLOWLY while you are turning it.

Once is out, with a toothpick or a needle put a small amount of crazy glue in the inner walls of the hole that is in the center ( where the pole of the rotor goes in) this way the hole is reduce.

Wait till it dries, then gently put it back in, it will be a tight fit, IT MOST NOT GO ALL THE WAY IN!!!

By this i mean that you will see the pole of the rotor go into the hole, but it most not reach all the way, it should be below the surface. The distance between the end of the pole and the surface of the black circle should be THE THICKNESS OF THE BLACK CIRCLE.

The way to know that the distance is right, put in a CD and play some songs, then try it with a DVD.

If it reads no disc it means you inserted the disc to much, pull it out a bit, then try again.

Once it reads both CD and DVD, fill in the hole with a drop of crazy glue, this way the black disc will not move anymore.

One more thing, I do not recommend to use alcohol in the lens, 'cause some lenses are now made of polymers non resistant to abrasive, instead use a cue-tip (cottonete, little pole with cotton to clean your ear) moistened with bottle water or distiled water.

Note MOISTENED not soaked or wet.

Hope it works for you.
Best Regards
Luis.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: ERROR H02

Spindle motor in DVD mechanism require replacement, not practical to repair, just buy new one, upconverting DVD player would cost you less then repair of your old one.

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My Panasonic DVD Player Model S55 does not read the DVD disk. I get a H02 then no disk reading on the display.

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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The HO2 message means the disc is not spinning,it's not about the lens
or the laser.It is easy to take the lid off.Once you do that,plug it in,open the tray with the remote,put in a DVD,close the tray and then give the white plastic wheel on the top a gentle little nudge to get the disc spinning.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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HI!
This kind of problem seems to be common on Panasonic. I understand it is linked to the spindle (motor) or optical block (laser).
Try the machine again and see if the disc is spinning as I have heard about many users giving the spindle a good spinning manually to fix the fault or giving the unit a good shake - STRANGE BUT TRUE!
I have a Panasonic NV-VP31 DVD/VCR combi which would not spin the disc so I tried a little spray of WD40 into the motor (where the shaft goes through and into the motor itself). I have had no more problems.
It may be that the unit will have to be taken apart for you get access to the spindle. If you are not good with a screwdriver find someone that is (DO NOT ATTEMPT IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU CANNOT DO THE JOB YOURSELF),
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