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I am so glad I looked this up. So a big thank you from Leeds, England. I had the same HO3 problem but now its fixed. reply DVD LS82 repair attempt Submitted by Cc (not verified) on Sun, 12/11/2011 - 03:33 Instructions were easy to follow, but I have tried 10 separate times & I still am

I used a pair of tweezers to carefully pick and pull at the hair and dust balls that surely couldn't be good for the device. It's all the way to the right to start with. i simply fiddled with the position of the laser and it clicked and then the dvd spun as normal and works fine now ... it read it and then Coded me the H03.

I used to see it on things like floppy drive mechanisms all the time. Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 19:47 Just fixed the portable DVD player. You can't post answers that contain an email address. to lubricate laser slides and drives.

It saved me the $40-$50 that I was planning to spend for a new basic home dvd player. I also did not remove the laser structure; just rotated the black gear with a small flathead screwdriver. Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by sharon, Jan 19, 2010. It may help to use a can of compressed air and re-lubricate appropriate parts.

I had left the unit in the car when it was very cold overnight. It does fine with disc 1. I followed your instructions and had our kids dvd player back running again in about 15 minutes. Today 03:57 PM by barking54 532 7650 Attachment(s) New Pioneer VSX-1130 Today 03:57 PM by darthpibe 1k 4446 Attachment(s) "Official" Audyssey thread Part II Today 03:55 PM by garygarrison 116 LeEco

Luckily I had loosened the screws before, so it was literally under 5 minutes. Submitted by Michael (not verified) on Thu, 12/26/2013 - 12:20 After spending about 10 minutes reading your detailed instructions, I was able to do this repair on our portable DVD player I hope that helps. I'm the author of Learn Git in a Month of Lunches (Manning Publications), a beginner's tutorial book on Git.

Thank you for using FixYa. Contact options for registered users posted on January 19, 2010, 1:55 am Quoted Text Here H03 means the laser sled is stuck. My patience grows thin with tedious jobs, so my wife took a shot at it. I've had extensive experience with a lot of their equipment and > similar equipment from more reputable companies like Sony, Hitachi, etc. > and have found the MatsuSHITa brands have problems

It worked. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!! Re assembled after this additional step and it worked - motor spins - disks play :-) Thought I'd both say thank you, and mention this extra step, as I nearly gave Thank you for taking the time to detail this easy fix!

sharon, Jan 19, 2010 #8 Jules Guest On Mon, 18 Jan 2010 18:27:16 -0800, William Brammer wrote: > If you put automotive grease on all that, it might gum up the To the right will be the lens... I used the screw driver to gently turn the gear. H03" on a Panasonic DVD-LS90 indicates "Traverse error".

I fixed the player in less then 5 minutes!!! Corrective action requires opening the unit, cleaning the slider bar, plastic cogs, worm gear/drive. wrote: > H03 means the laser sled is stuck. > Slide it back and forth see if it comes free. Didn't have to remove any extra components.

Contact options for registered users posted on January 19, 2010, 1:23 am sharon wrote: Quoted Text Here The fix is pretty simple - Don't buy Panasonic or any other MatsuSHITa Thanks. Shaking and banging didn't work, so I took off the cover and loaded a disk. Since the unit is open and expectantly dust would be swirling after the use of the compressed air, it may be to your advantage to swab/clean the lens itself prior to

So having just restored my power supply, I was really depressed when the 'H03' error popped up.!! HTH Bill In Plano Quoted Text Here



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Hossam's posting on how to fix the H03 code error works! Rotating that plastic gear will move the sled back to near the spindle where it belongs. Some notes on my specifics: - Panasonic DVD LX-8 - The screws come out easily, but two can only be accessed after battery removal. - Be careful when opening the unit reply Thanks Submitted by yootzee (not verified) on Wed, 11/10/2010 - 22:21 Thanks for the post.

Please help -Dez Hey i have a LS50 and I played a new DVD Disc 1 all went well then i put in the disc 2. Thanks again, Geoff Kaiser Reply Re: panasonic dvd -ls91 error code H03 a lucas Posted Aug 20, 2009 same issue as above, used the suggestion and moved the laser to the I WENT ON GOOGLE, FOUND THIS FORUM AND ONE HOUR LATER, I'M WATCHING ONE OF MY FAVORITES MOVIES. Just ratted the black gear with a small flathead screwdriver.

Submitted by Francisco (not verified) on Tue, 01/27/2015 - 09:23 I finally found the time and started with the procedure following your step-by-step mini-screws came out (I was worried by your How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question. Arfa


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A small phillips screwdriver worked perfectly, and each of the 13 screws came out in seconds. But there I was, unplugging and replugging my DVD player, hoping against hope that the message would just "go away." It didn't. Thanks for all the tips on the various "HO" errors. Panasonic DVD & Blu-Ray...

H03 in a Panasonic DVD player almost always means the laser sled is stuck on the worm gear. Submitted by martin (not verified) on Wed, 05/27/2015 - 02:49 Thanks from Boston as well!