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What is "P0" or "U0" means display on a LD players?

Old 09-06-02, 04:07 PM
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What is "P0" or "U0" means display on a LD players?

I own a Pioneer CLD-580 LD player. After playing halfway of a cd, It's stop and display "P0". I put another cd in , It's display "U0". It play ld without any problems. Can anyone help me with these problems?
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Old 09-06-02, 04:16 PM
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If I remember correctly those are errors. I've had three Pioneer LD players and only once had an error. Check your owners manual.
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Old 09-07-02, 03:33 AM
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Thanks Rand for the imformation. Already check with the owner manual. No such code inside it.
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Old 09-07-02, 10:48 AM
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UO: FG abnormality (spindle speed sensor)

PO looks like some kind of spindle error.

I also found this thread via a Google search.

Here's a list of the error codes, taken from the service manual of the
CLD-D925. I expect the codes are common for all Pioneer players.

H0 - Spindle overcurrent detection error
H1 - Partial short error
H2 or A0 - Power supply abnormality error
U0 - FG abnormality error
U1 - Miss clamp error
U2 - Communication error
L* - Loading error
E* - Slider error
P* - Spindle error
F* - Focus error

Where "*" (with a few exceptions) means:

0 - Play
1 - Open
2 - Standby
3 - Clamp
4 - Disc sense
5 - Setup (rotation start)
6 - TOC read
7 - Play
8 - Search
9 - Side A to Side B
A - Side B to Side A

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