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Panasonic NV-VP32 My machine shows what I believe is a fault code F09. It will not turn on and will not play. Anyone able to help reset this fault?.

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  • SuedG May 07, 2008

    displays F09, I cannot turn on/off or operate unit at all. I have disconnected power & reconnected power but still shows F09.

  • SuedG May 17, 2008

    Unit displays F09 and won't work

  • marshj Jun 09, 2008

    I HAVE TRIED HOLDING THE ON/OFF BUTTON IN FOR THE TIME STATED IN THE MANUAL BUT IT DOES NOT WORK WE HAVE SMALL 3 SECOND BLACK OUTS FREQUENTLY AND HOLDING THE BUTTON DID WORK BUT NO LONGER DOES.

  • tbizreh Sep 04, 2008

    I do have the same problem : Error F09. I treid to reset the unit but it did not work

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F09 means 5 volt regulation problems
At the back left corner of the dvd draw on the power supply board there are 2X capacitors C1260 10 volt 1000uf and C1262 10 uf 1000uf .Replace them .Problem solved

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I replaced the two capacitors c1260 and c1262 with 1000uf 16volt and problem solved, thankyou,
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