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Panasonic DVD-S35 Player H02 problem

I put a DVD into the player and it never passes reading it. It give me H02 and then says no disk when there is a disk in the player. What do I do? I already unplugged it and tried again. Please help.

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  • ladysusan26 Mar 11, 2009

    Thanks. I will just buy a new one.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    MY PROBLEM IS HO 2

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Hi, this is an unfortunate error. this is referring to the lens assembly. it is unable to scan and read at this moment. it could be because the lens is dead or, it could be that the lens is simply dirty and will need to be cleaned. i would try cleaning it with a non brush type cleaning process. Once cleaned and you still have the same issue, i recommend replacing the lens assembly.

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It might be that the CD/DVD you are putting in is the wrong format

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2- Optical Lens problem.

In both situations you have to replace the OPTICAL LENS BLOCK.
Therefore your DVD need lens replacement. And it would work fine again.
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