Question about Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player
I have a model DVD-RV32 Panasonic DVD. I get the error H10. The DVD starts to play then stops and displays this error code.
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Change The Region Settings.
It will play in Black and White If Its region 2. setup at Region 1 Or Vice Versa.
Mike @ Compurepair.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Panasonic DVD
Here's the fix http://www.ledcar.com/pdvdh07/
I've replaced the motor once before on my 5 disk player to fix the HO7 error. The second time it appeared I tried the fix at the above link instead of going thru the hassel of the repair shop.
You may need to apply WD40 multiple times to cure the problem, depending on how stiff the rotation of the spindle feels. After the first application the player ran for about 5 minutes before the HO7 error reappeared. After the second application we watched an entire movie with no issues. we'll see how long this lasts. The fix was simple and hopefully wont have to be repeated soon.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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Thank God your set is working alright and the optical headd is in good shape.
1. Open the side screws and take the lid off after switching off and removing the plug.
2. Now you can see the disc mechanism with the CD inside. There is a cross bar across the DISC which is mounted by two crews on either side.
3. remove the two screws and the top clamp on the DISC wil come out. Now remove the CD.Sometimes you will need to remove the front panel .
4. replace lid back and test.
5. If the door wont eject then it is possible that the motor has jammed, the mechanism is jammed or the motor drive IC is faulty. Tighten the cords to the mechanism motor, solder the loading IC .If not you will need to replace this loading IC.
If the motor is turned a bit and if this works then the motor brushes are faulty . You might have to change to prevent futher repeat of fault.
I hope you will be able to get this sorted with the above tips & advice.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
I think you mean H07 - this means the traverse unit (which contains the spindle motor and the laser in one assembly) has failed. The spindle motor is the most likely problem; unfortunately this is not repairable at consumer level, it would need to go to an authorised service workshop where the whole unit would be replaced in the player, which would include a brand new laser. The other snag is the cost - a new traverse unit can cost around $200 + labour (including alignment and firmware upgrades)!
Save yourself the agony, and simply replace the whole player - cheaper than repairs. The RV32 was not Panasonic's best DVD player model.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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