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Thousands of annoyed customers of Panasonic, Yamaha, and Denon DVD Player owners have encountered the infamous H02 / H07 /H03 erors and many others on thier players or maybe the "No disk" error even though a disk is in the drive. Well many people have spent hundreds on repair or bought a new unit. But i am here to tell you that it is okay to open up your dvd player and mess around in side. If your DVD player comes up with one of these errors the first thing you might want to try is to open up your DVD player by removing the screws on the side and the back (depending on the model), then plug the dvd player into power outlet with cover removed. Stick a disk in and press play and give the disk a little push. Most of the time the Spindle motor is dieing out when you get a H02 error. In this case that little push may get your spindle motor to rev back up back into action. And if your as succesful as me then hopefully you have just fixed your H02 error for free without doing much work. I just got a Panasonic HT95 Reciever/DVD player to play all disks again by giving the motor a little "kick start"
The trouble started with an error to close and open the DVD drawer. It indicated "close" when the drawer was open, or "no disc" when the DVD was inside, and I had to try many times before I get the right response and go on with the procedures. But then it also started playing just a few MP3 tracks and stopping to work, showing again the inserted DVD data. Later H02, and then H07 and STOP. It doesn't even start playing stuffs, movies or MP3 tracks!
I read about removing the cover and spinning the motor by hand. It was suggested without power. I found that I had to have the unit powered up when I hand-spun the motor, then everything worked perfectly... we'll see for how long.
I have the LS91 model and it tells you in the instructions what you need to do to get the extra time. Essentially you need to reduce the brightness to -5. This dulls the picture but if you are in a low lit room then it's no problem. To do this for this model you hit monitor mode twice and then reduce the brightness. Cheers
Are those line on the desktop / screen itself or within a program to play a movie. If those lines apear on th screen itself than the probem can be related to backlightes (laps around your screen) or inverter ( a part of backlights system). More possible those lapms needs to be exchanged. Please give more details.
i once had a panasonic dvd player which displayed the same code H02 and
used the same drive mechanism as your player. this turned out to be a
worn spindle motor and once replaced, all worked fine. you may well
have the same fault. hope this helps?