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The spindle motor is defective. This may temporarily help. Open the player and try to manually spin the dvd as it loads.

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When i put in a dvd the letters HO2 come up and it doent play the dvd. what it it and how do i get rid of it.


this guy says" February 13, 2006 by Josh · 8 Comments
Filed under: Tech 2 weeks ago my Panasonic DVD-RV41 DVD player showed an error HO2 which more or less means the unit is shot. The problem centers round a spindle issue that is a known design flaw. Basically what happens is that the spindle gets warm, expands, and is then pushing on the top of the player .

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You will need to get a can of the compressed air or use an air compressor if you have one. Then remove the housing cover if you can and use the compressed air to blow out any dust and debris inside the unit. Also blow air into the inside of the dvd tray. This has been the common fix for the HO2 error on your DVD player. You could also use a DVD lens cleaning kit.

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I guess either the tape head is dirty and needs cleaning or you should email Panasonic with that question after reading the instruction guide's troubleshooting section.

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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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I read about removing the cover and spinning the motor by hand. It was suggested without power. I found that I had to have the unit powered up when I hand-spun the motor, then everything worked perfectly... we'll see for how long.

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That's the spindle motor and it has to be replaced to solve the problem.

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Hello, though I think it is a temporary solution you can try this:http://www0.dealtime.com/xPR-Panasonic-DVD-S35S~RD-228464823940 Best regards, Arpi

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