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Panasonic DVD playerS35 error H 07

I own a Panasonic DVD playerS35 and I have been getting the error H07 every time I load a dvd and try to play it... The dvds are in good shape and the system was working until yesterday... Nothing much happened to it aside from the fact that we connected it to another tv (note that connecting it to the old tv has not solved the problem either) Any idea what this means and how I can fix this?

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HELLO
H07 is the fault code for the disc motor and here is what you need to do to remedy it.
The cover of the player will have to be removed to do this. Locate the the actual motor shaft and where it goes into the motor itself, put a little drop of light oil or WD40. Let it soak in for a little while and try it again. I'm sure you will find it now works.
I had this problem on Panasonic NV-VP31 DVD/VCR unit and I have had no more trouble since!
HOPE THIS HAS HELPED - ENJOY!

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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