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The Ho2 came up - what do I do to get it to work?

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  • iwillwanda Mar 16, 2011

    When I turn on the DVD player Ho2 comes up

    That's all there is - everything else works

    please tell me what to do

  • iwillwanda Mar 16, 2011

    I did as you said but Ho2 still comes up!

  • iwillwanda Mar 16, 2011

    I'm sorry, but I'm not mechanically inclined - I'm a single female and wouldn't begin to do what you said, because I don't know how and I feel I'd break my DVD I am visual so if you can tell me where I can see it that might work but I don't know ribbon wire , lens, main board or connector parts duh and I'm not blond - smile

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The error code Ho2 is the self diagnostic program of the player telling you that there is a problem with either the spindle servo, the DSC SP motor, or a CLV servo error. Basically, all of those parts mentioned are the electronics that control the speed of the player so that the DVD's will play back properly on the player.

There is one minor process you can try yourself that may get the motor spinning again. You may have already tried this, and if you have I apologize for repeating the instructions. The unit is fairly easy to take apart. First make sure that the unit is not plugged in. Remove the lid of the player. Then plug the power back in. Using your remote control open the tray and put in a DVD that you know will work on the unit. Then close the tray. There is a white plastic wheel on the top that you can give a gentle nudge to see if it will start to spin. If it does then you should be okay. If it doesn't start spinning, then you may have one or more issues with the parts that I mentioned at the beginning of this repair process. Unless you have the proper tools and experience to start troubleshooting those parts then you will have to take the unit in to a Panasonic repair center. Of course if you still have a warranty I would not try to take the unit apart at all, but take it straight to the repair center.

Here is a link that you can go to and download a copy of the service manual for your player. If you want to try and take it apart to see if you can get the wheel turning this will help you to take it apart. If you look at section 7.1, it will step you through the steps you need to do to take the lid off and try and spin the motor manually to see if it will keep spinning. If you know someone who has the experience and the tools, they can use the manual to check all of the parts that I have mentioned in the first paragraph. Here is the link for the service manual:

http://elektrotanya.com/panasonic_dvd-ls50_sm.pdf/download.html

Remember that if you have any warranty left let the repair center do the checking and repairing for you.

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HO2 means the disc is not spinning. It was stuck temporarily. But it will not spin unless a little help is apply.
There is nothing wrong with the lens or the motor.
What you need to do is open the DVD player and/or try removing lid cover.
Power on the unit. and put a disc in it.
Use your finger to gently spin the disc counterclockwise.
This will fix it.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    Danilo Baraquiel Mar 16, 2011

    try re inserting the ribbon wire from the lens to the main board make sure it snap in to the connector.thanks and post back for further question

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Hello
I thinks that you haven't the user manual of your device with you. If so, either send me your email address by Fixya, or mail me at gopakumarg43@ymail.com. i'll send it to you by return mail. It is an Adobe Acrobar Reader document [ printable version]., and you must have installed adobe reader in your system to read it properly. OK.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    The Knight Mar 16, 2011

    Hello

    It is an error messege and has indicated in its user manual. I'll send it to you. There are three main error displays can be seen. They are

    ERROR 01"

    ERROR 02"

    ERROR 03"

    "H σσ"

    σσ stands for a

    number





    H o1:

    A problem has occurred with the battery pack. Consult your dealer.

    H02

    The battery pack has been recharging for 12 hours but has failed to

    recharge for some reason. Recharge again.

    h03:

    You are recharging in a location that is too hot or too cold. Recharge

    at normal temperature [
    i5 to i35 oC (i41 to i95 oF)].



    Trouble has occurred. The number appearing after "H" depends on

    the problem. Turn the unit off and on again. Alternatively, turn the unit

    off, disconnect the power source (AC or battery pack) reconnect the

    power and turn the unit on again.

    If the service numbers fail to clear, note the service number and

    consult your dealer.



    Press
    [, -OFF], then retry the operation again



    Refer for more details to its user manaul

    OK


    "H σσ"

    σσ stands for a
    number


    H o1:
    A problem has occurred with the battery pack. Consult your dealer.
    H02

    The battery pack has been recharging for 12 hours but has failed to
    recharge for some reason. Recharge again.
    h03:

    You are recharging in a location that is too hot or too cold. Recharge
    at normal temperature [
    i5 to i35 oC (i41 to i95 oF)].

    Trouble has occurred. The number appearing after "H" depends on

    the problem. Turn the unit off and on again. Alternatively, turn the unit

    off, disconnect the power source (AC or battery pack) reconnect the

    power and turn the unit on again.

    If the service numbers fail to clear, note the service number and
    consult your dealer.

    Press [, -OFF], then retry the operation again

    Refer for more details to its user manaul
    OK

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