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Ho2 error on the yamaha DVC6480

I keep getting an H02 error message. I did clean the DVD player

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  • phudson May 16, 2008

    ho2 for me too, any ideas?

  • hoangnongt Jun 24, 2008

    it always bop up ho2 when loading, please help me

  • NNJGMAN06 Aug 22, 2008

    SAME THING HAS HAPPENED TO ME, HO2.

    WHAT DO I DO TO FIX THIS ???

  • viking70 Sep 17, 2008

    ho2 error code too. dvc6480 will not read dvd's.

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SOURCE: Error H02

I had the same problem and found that the motor that spins the cd so it can be read would start and stop. I opened the case removed the assembly with the motor and placed a drop of 3in1 lightweight oil on the shaft of the motor ran it a few times and now it works perfectly fine. Good luck hope this helps you as well.

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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SOURCE: HO2 error code at screen

In line with the other Panansonic DVD players, the error seems to relate to the internal drive machanism getting stuck.

To fix you just need to carefully take the back off (disconnect power source first!), locate the drive cogs for the lens machanism and give the a couple of turns. Also a blast from a air can will help get rid of any dust build up. Pop the back cover back on and you should be working.

Looking at the other Panasonic threads on the site, this may happen on a regular basis especially as the unit gets older (and the crud builds up).

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