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Panisonic DVD Player RV32 nothing works I'm getting F893 Error code

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Awwwww The old HO7 code!! This code means that the spindle motor did not come up to speed and the only way to fix it is to first find out if its the driver servo circuit thats bad or the spindle motor itself is defective. If you know how to trouble shoot a motor speed control servo sure you can fix it, But theres no easy wand waving fix for this unit. Sorry. If its an older unit you want to consider buying a new one as it may not pay to estimate the unit and have it fixed . The balls in your court now my friend. Good Luck

Posted on Jul 26, 2006

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I got the error code H07 immediately after checking to see if the RV-32 would read a .wav CD. I got some signs of life after trying
this procedure, but it started working again after jarring the player.

"Mike on Dec 26th, 2005 at 12:08 PM
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Not sure when I bought mine but got the H07 error, tells me now that my discs are not readable. I called Panasonic C/S, person had me reinitialize DVD player by pressing and holding at the same time the reverse, pause, and on/off button. The word "INIT" displayed in the window, and I held the buttons down until "INIT" disappeared and the 00:00 reappeared. Didn't help my unit but may help someone else. C/S rep said most likely my spindle motor is bad. I am going to try oiling the spindle motor, as suggested in an earlier post, and will probably do some cleaning as well to hopefully prevent the H02/03 error codes as suggested in earlier postings."

I have used my player quite a bit and thought it might need the new motor fix, which is not worth the trouble and expense, and was going to try the lubrication approach, but it's working just fine again.

Some units might respond to being opened up and simply spinning the disc.

I cannot explain why it locked up and gave the error code, but a little research, along with some trial and error has it up and running again.

There's probably quite a few RV-32s out there that will respond to this remedy.

Good luck to all........

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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Hi,

Often on Panasonic DVDs, error code H07 indicates that the spindle motor is not turning. The spindle motor is relatively small and expectedly wuld develop hardware problems over time. In some cases, a temporary remedy wold be to clean and lubricate the inside of the motor. Here is my post on similar problems with spindle motors of another electronic device, while here is an illustrated how to.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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dvd wil not function and screen display f498 i need help

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: I am unable to play DVD's and receive error

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.

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Using my Panasonic DVD player and half way through the movie it stop playing and showed the code F893


Code F893 means IC6302 has failed within the unit, usually due to a ercent firmware update.

Not sure if these are available or can be replaced.

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MY DVD-RV32 IS SHOWING H07


Ah, the classic H07 error code. It means the spindle motor part of the traverse unit (which also contains the laser) has failed. Because the traverse unit is a multi-operation device, the cost of a replacement could be considerably higher than the retail price of a brand new player, along with the labour costs to configure and align it; therefore making any repairs to this one uneconomical.

If you want to get it fixed, by all means take it to an authorised service centre and get a quote, then you can decide afterwards whether or not to go ahead with the repairs to this one, or buy a new player. It is up to you.

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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.

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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.

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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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Error code h07


HELLO
I have just recently posted a cure for this - but here we go again. Fault H07 is the fault code for the spindle/disc motor and to cure it do this!
With the lid of the player removed, locate the spindle and where the motor shaft goes into the motor itself, use a little light oil or WD40. Let it soak in a while and try it again - you should now find it works.
Why this works I just don't know - it just does! (:-)

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This normally means the spindle motor is faulty

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DVD PROBLEM


Hi,

Often on Panasonic DVDs, error code H07 indicates that the spindle motor is not turning. The spindle motor is relatively small and expectedly wuld develop hardware problems over time. In some cases, a temporary remedy wold be to clean and lubricate the inside of the motor. Here is my post on similar problems with spindle motors of another electronic device, while here is an illustrated how to.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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