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Error Message H07

Load a DVD it just says it's reading and then displays H07. Tried unplugging the power, waiting, then plugging back in. Nothing happens, doesn't matter what kind of DVD. Anyone know how to take care of this?

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You can reset this fault by holding in the reverse, pause, and the on-off button, all at the same time. If it comes back then the spindle motor is the bad componet, and unless you know how to disasemble a mechanism for a changer I would let a pro handle it.

Posted on Jun 19, 2006

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