Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
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. Don't drench the area or you'll really have fun cleaning it up!
Let it soak in a while and try it again - you should now find it works.
I am now finding quite a few owners of Panasonic DVD players are starting to get this message on the display. The same happened to me!
I wish you luck! (:-)
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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