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Code h02 - Panasonic DVD-L55

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HI!
This kind of problem seems to be common on Panasonic. I understand it is linked to the spindle (motor) or optical block (laser).
Try the machine again and see if the disc is spinning as I have heard about many users giving the spindle a good spinning manually to fix the fault or giving the unit a good shake - STRANGE BUT TRUE!
I have a Panasonic NV-VP31 DVD/VCR combi which would not spin the disc so I tried a little spray of WD40 into the motor (where the shaft goes through and into the motor itself). I have had no more problems.
It may be that the unit will have to be taken apart for you get access to the spindle. If you are not good with a screwdriver find someone that is (DO NOT ATTEMPT IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU CANNOT DO THE JOB YOURSELF),
Fingers crossed and hope this helps :)

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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