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Re: Panasonic dd-s25 won't play dvd.
Have you tried reg.CDs to see if those have trouble too? I would say that the lens assembly has got debris or a filmy substance over the lens. If you're not the least bit technical , dont open the unit. It will require that the cover gets removed and the top DVD spinner plate gets removed so that the Lens can be cleaned. The chrome rails that the DVD reader runs on would need cleaing too.
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You may have come close to what the issue is---Blu Ray for several design reasons is much more critical than DVD---seen a lot with this issue----either a dirty or a failing optical pickup in the unit---I know as when first started seeing it in our shop changed a few and since under warranty found the answer--optical unit was the problem---shortly after that they started just exchanging the cheaper units.
There are mainly three motors for most of the DVD players. One to spin the disc we insert in, other to load the laser pickup unit to-and-fro inside it to read the disc and an other one to load the tray mechanism 'in-out'. According to your description, the disc spins inside, and you can hear its spin. So motor which spins the disc has no trouble at all I should say. Then comes to the second motor that moves the laser assembly inside it. If it do not work, the laser pickup unit won't move and no reading will take place and 'No Disc' display will be the result. The last chance is with Laser Pickup Unit itself. Just get this unit repaired by any well experienced service technician or by the authorised service center, because, there are special tools to open this unit. As it is a compactable one, more care should be given to it while repairing. Suspect the second motor I described earlier, and the Laser Pickup Unit. OK.
H07 is an error code which is caused by fault in the lens assembly. Open the cover of your unit and then load the disc, observe if the disc will spin, If not high chance that your spindle motor is faulty.
To confirm check it with an ohmmeter (X1) even attached to the lens assembly. Good motor will spin while testing and bad motor will not spin. Unload the disc while performing this.
If the motor is OK, replaced the Lens and ribbon connected. You can also replaced the entire lens assembly for your convenient.
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it means the format of the type of cd u put in cannot be played by the system.
try playing the disc it on another player, if it does the same, it means the disc cannot be played. some players dont play mp3 format, blu ray, and some others, so you can check the kind of disc you want to play on it.
The problem with your unit is the "Spindle Motor", this motor is the one that spins the disc so the laser can read it. I sugest you to take your player to a shop, or back for service if the unit still under manufacturer warranty.
After calling Panasonic, they suggested pressing the reverse skip (<<) button, the pause button and the open/close button all at the same time. The DVD player will then say "initialize." Turn off the player and unplug it for about 1-2 minutes. Plug it back in and turn on the player and load a disc. If the HO7 error code pops back up, you need to take it to a dealership for service. Or, at the price of DVD players these days, just get a new one - which is where I'm going right now.