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Panasonic DMR-EZ47V Error Code F03

When I ejected a VHS tape, the tape was still partly 'engaged'. Turning the unit over freed the tape. I rewound another tape w/ no issue. Re-inserted the original tape and got error code F03 when I tried to rewind it. What's the probem/ what should I do?

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    Out of the box - after connnecting it for the first time and pressing the on/off button for more than 10 seconds, I get an error code of F03.



    What does this code mean, there is no discription in the manual?

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I saw this same issue. I would unplug and plug in the DVD and it would still show error code F03.

It turns out that one of my kids had shoved a couple of small objects inside the VHS opening and it was blocking the operation. I removed the objects and it works fine.

This error code is not listed in the manual that came with the DVD player.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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Got code F03. Manualis no help. Found my grandson had put a small metal fork in the VHS side. Removed it and the unit works fine.

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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**** it throw it out

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I have the same unit w/ a different problem. I called pan @ 1-800-
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update @ no charge. It fixed my timer recording problem. Give him
a call maybe he can help.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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