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  • racewaytrend May 03, 2008

    We have a panasonic nv-vp32 with the fault code F09 what is this?

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This is an OverLoad Error... usually means something on the inside is burntout...or about to be totally burnt out. If your in love with the DVD player attempt to fix it yourself I've heard its usually the electrolytic capacitors look for one thats melted or bulging. Oh yeah and work on it unplugged please.

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Or you can submit the combo unit to a reputable service centre and obtain a quote on the likely repair costs (and a second opinion - whether it's economical to repair or not). If the total costs are to be equal to or more than the price of a new unit, consider replacing the unit, but only as a last resort. Get the quote first if you cannot find anything visually wrong or you cannot fix it yourself. Up to you.

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