Introduction

This guide describes how to fix the H02/H07 error that is common with Panasonic DVD/VCR players.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: Remove the screw that is on the right side of the panel facing you. Image 2/3: Now rotate the device 180 degrees and remove the second screw. Image 3/3: Remove all screws with a phillips head screwdriver.
  • With the front display of the device facing you, rotate the device 90 degrees counter clockwise.

  • Remove the screw that is on the right side of the panel facing you.

  • Now rotate the device 180 degrees and remove the second screw.

    • Remove all screws with a phillips head screwdriver.

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Image 1/2: With a phillips head screwdriver, locate and remove the two screws highlighted by the red circles in image one. Image 2/2: With a phillips head screwdriver, locate and remove the two screws highlighted by the red circles in image one.
  • Rotate the device so that the back faces you.

  • With a phillips head screwdriver, locate and remove the two screws highlighted by the red circles in image one.

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Image 1/1: Remove the top cover by bending out on the sides, and pulling the cover towards you while applying upward pressure.
  • Before removing top cover make sure that the back of the device is facing you.

  • Remove the top cover by bending out on the sides, and pulling the cover towards you while applying upward pressure.

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Image 1/2: Tilt the device on its front side until you can see underneath the white circular component mentioned in the note above. Image 2/2: Locate the spindle circled in figure two and apply one or two drops of 3 in 1 lubricating oil to the spindle.
  • Note that the spindle you will be lubing is located underneath the white disk device highlighted in figure one

  • Tilt the device on its front side until you can see underneath the white circular component mentioned in the note above.

  • Locate the spindle circled in figure two and apply one or two drops of 3 in 1 lubricating oil to the spindle.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thanks you saved my Christmas and nailed this as my wife loves Christmas music in the background for our family dinner. Thanks again and Merry Christmas

Jerry Wayock - Reply

I have a Panasonic NV-SD235 and I have a tape stuck with the error H02.

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