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Panasonic dvd dvd player is giving me a code of H07 unpluged it for a day but still comes up the code

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  • Anonymous Sep 22, 2008

    H07 and wont read any disc's, havent opened it up but looks like a terminal case...

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A common problem, the spindle motor is defective.

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You can try to clean the laser by opening the unit and wiping gently with a cue tip or cotton swab, but if you are getting a H07 errorit may be somethng more serious and require a replacementof the dvd drive.I hope this helps. Good luck.
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Player "reads" the DVD and then the display says "H07" and ends.

Hi there,

The "H07" is an error code, this particular error code refers to the dvd spindle drive motor. Effectively the spindle motor that spins the DVD isn't turning correctly and on occassion this can be that the spindle & bearings need lubricating due to partial siezure. But really this should only be done by somebody with a bit of technical know-how to avoid further damage to the machine or indeed an electrical injury to the person under taking the task. I can only suggest that you contact a Panasonic repair shop and to see if it is cost effective to repair.

Hope this helped,

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If memory serves me well, code H07 means that spindle motor has to be replaced. It is ease enough to test, remove top cover from the unit, load DVD disk, when disk is loaded try to give it clockwise push. If unit starts and works - spindle motor is the problem, if it will not start then spindle motor plus driver IC has to be replaced.
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This is a problem with the spindle motor,you can locate where the spindle goes into the motor and spray with wd40 leave for a few mins.
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HELLO
I have just recently posted a cure for this - but here we go again. Fault H07 is the fault code for the spindle/disc motor and to cure it do this!
With the lid of the player removed, locate the spindle and where the motor shaft goes into the motor itself, use a little light oil or WD40. Let it soak in a while and try it again - you should now find it works.
Why this works I just don't know - it just does! (:-)
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I opened it up and sprayed silicone on the center where the disc snaps on. I also sprayed from a side angle to try to aim it towards bearings/works underneath. It worked!
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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.
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