Question about Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
The silicone worked perfectly. Two sprays saved me the cost of a new one. As good as new.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Could you tell me how to fix spindle by spraying silicon ? or is there any thing that I can get from Can tire to keep running and avoid the H07 message?
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
I have the H07 message on my dvd, tried unplugging it and when I plugged it on again it played one dvd right through but the next dvd I got the H07 message again. Rang a repairer, said it is probably the spindle motor and will cost $170-250 to repair, not worth it, trash it a buy a new one much cheaper.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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I got the error code H07 immediately after checking to see if the RV-32 would read a .wav CD. I got some signs of life after trying
this procedure, but it started working again after jarring the player.
"Mike on Dec 26th, 2005 at 12:08 PM
Not sure when I bought mine but got the H07 error, tells me now that my discs are not readable. I called Panasonic C/S, person had me reinitialize DVD player by pressing and holding at the same time the reverse, pause, and on/off button. The word "INIT" displayed in the window, and I held the buttons down until "INIT" disappeared and the 00:00 reappeared. Didn't help my unit but may help someone else. C/S rep said most likely my spindle motor is bad. I am going to try oiling the spindle motor, as suggested in an earlier post, and will probably do some cleaning as well to hopefully prevent the H02/03 error codes as suggested in earlier postings."
I have used my player quite a bit and thought it might need the new motor fix, which is not worth the trouble and expense, and was going to try the lubrication approach, but it's working just fine again.
Some units might respond to being opened up and simply spinning the disc.
I cannot explain why it locked up and gave the error code, but a little research, along with some trial and error has it up and running again.
There's probably quite a few RV-32s out there that will respond to this remedy.
Good luck to all........
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
The H07 error means Spindle motor drive error. The Spindle Motor, the one that spins the dvd, has to be replace to solve the problem.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
Thanks, that worked for me too. Just had to give the spinner a little nudge.
Posted on Feb 07, 2007
I opened it up and sprayed silicone on the center where the disc snaps on. I also sprayed from a side angle to try to aim it towards bearings/works underneath. It worked!
Posted on Feb 06, 2007
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