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Whate causes Error H03 on a PANASONIC DVD-LS5?

My DVD player couldnt plat the disks.
I get this error mesage instead.
What causes Errors H02 and H03 on a PANASONIC DVD-LS5?
How to fix it?
I experienced symilar problem before and fixed it by lubricating the lens indexing screw.
This time I am clue less.

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The is not able to read the disk that's why you get that error message.the cause of error reading disk are busted dvd lens and the spindle motor it is the motor that holding the disk and spins .first try to replace the motor you can buy that in an electronics supply store next is try to replace the lens

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