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When selecting play, dvd player acts like reading dvd,then says H07 on display screen of dvd--model RV32

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Replace the spindle motor

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I am unable to play DVD's and receive error message HD7. How can I fix this? I own Panasonic DVD-RV32 player.


I think you mean H07 - this means the traverse unit (which contains the spindle motor and the laser in one assembly) has failed. The spindle motor is the most likely problem; unfortunately this is not repairable at consumer level, it would need to go to an authorised service workshop where the whole unit would be replaced in the player, which would include a brand new laser. The other snag is the cost - a new traverse unit can cost around $200 + labour (including alignment and firmware upgrades)!

Save yourself the agony, and simply replace the whole player - cheaper than repairs. The RV32 was not Panasonic's best DVD player model.

Mar 01, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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Dvd rv32 keeps saying hot and wolnt play dvds


I think you mean the front display shows 'H07' which means the laser/spindle motor assembly (as one part - also known as a traverse unit) has failed. H07 is a common error code with the Panasonic series of DVD playback decks. Because the traverse unit is a multi-operation device, and because the player is a budget model, the repair/replacement of this part to restore your player back to fully functional condition as well as labour costs could prove expensive - hardly worthwhile. It seems Panasonic have been using substandard components within their products for years now, designed to fail just outside their minimum warranty period.

Feb 10, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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When trying to play a dvd , it shows H07


Traverse unit (spindle motor & laser assembly combined) is most likely faulty. The motor part usually fails first, which stops the discs from spinning, so the inbuilt laser cannot read them, hence the error code. This can be expensive to replace.

Jan 28, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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DVD stops spinning displays code H07. Repair procedure?


H07 is the error code for Disk not Spinning. Open the case, open the DVD rack. Put 2 drops of 3-in-1 Oil on a Q-tip and rub the side of the spindle (located under the optical "eye"). Don't drip! Then close the DVD-rack with a DVD in it. Work the DVD in clockwise direction. Hopefully it will start to spin again.

hope this helps

john

Jan 21, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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My Panasonic dvd-rv32 player (8 years old) functioned perfectly for last 8 years and I cannot get it to PLAY again. I inserted another DVD tonight (actually 3 DVD'S in case the DVD's were defective) and...


Spindle motor/laser assembly is faulty. This part is not repairable - it has to be replaced by an authorised service centre. It may not be economical via this route, since the unit is not a DVD recorder. H07 is an indication of the above issue. Cheaper to buy a new DVD player or recorder than trying to get the faulty one repaired outside warranty.

Jan 19, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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Player "reads" the DVD and then the display says "H07" and ends.


Hi there,

The "H07" is an error code, this particular error code refers to the dvd spindle drive motor. Effectively the spindle motor that spins the DVD isn't turning correctly and on occassion this can be that the spindle & bearings need lubricating due to partial siezure. But really this should only be done by somebody with a bit of technical know-how to avoid further damage to the machine or indeed an electrical injury to the person under taking the task. I can only suggest that you contact a Panasonic repair shop and to see if it is cost effective to repair.

Hope this helped,

James

May 02, 2010 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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Player stops. H07 appears.


This is a problem with the spindle motor,you can locate where the spindle goes into the motor and spray with wd40 leave for a few mins.

Nov 08, 2009 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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Screen says ho7, will not play dvd


This is a problem with your DVD Player .Please call to service center and tell the problem.They may either replace the system or rectify the problem in the same system itself.

Aug 08, 2009 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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H07 code appears on the read out


hi..the reason to this problem is the motor.It may
be either spindle motor problem or the motor is not
spinning up.
check this out..
thank u..
kindly rate my response..

Jun 09, 2009 | Panasonic DVD-RV32 DVD Player

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