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Discs cant be played..

Unit displays show "DVD H02" what should i do??any help??will appreciated.

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  • polynkhoo Feb 13, 2008

    DVD HOME THEATER SOUND SYSTEM

    SA-HT880

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    NOW IN MALAYSIA

  • rjg77vett May 11, 2010

    Some DVDs are not compatible with all players, e.g., Spartacus, a Universal movie, will not play on my Sony Blu-Ray player, possibly because Universal supports HD hi-def, not Blu-ray. I updated the player firmware, and still it will not play.



    What is your equipment? JG

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Your DVD HO2 error problem appears to be Panasonic specific: Go to this link:
http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/topic/55214/

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Apparently they are locked to region 4 and I have bought region 1 DVDs so they won't play


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I think your dvd is set to a different region. This might help:
1. Insert disk
2.Wait for 'no play'message
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