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Actron Air Conditioners Error Codes

Actron Air Conditioners Error Codes

ActronAir ESP Error Codes

Outdoor CPUWall ControllerFault/Function
0-Cooling Mode
1-Heating Mode
2-Heating compressor run time >20mins
3-Heating Defrost
4LOW speed flashes every 30sOver Heat or Anti-Freeze Protection mode (Reduced Capacity Mode)
5-Heating mode - indoor coil pre-heat
6E6Fault discharge temperature
7E7Fault outdoor coil sensor (open or closed circuit)
8E8Fault outdoor discharge sensor (open or closed circuit)
9E9High or Low Pressure/Phase error (3 phase models only)
-E2Fault indoor coil out sensor
-E3Fault room sensor(s) (open or closed circuit)
-E4Fault indoor coil sensor (open or closed circuit)
E5Communication Fault

ActronAir M Series Error Codes

OUTDOOR CPUAM24 Wall ControlAM7 Wall ControlFault/Function
0--Cooling Mode
1--Heating Mode
2--Heating Mode after 20 minutes of compressor run time. Defrost Standby.
3--Heating Mode De-ice cycle
5--Heating Mode Indoor coil pre-heat after defrost
7E7E7Fault: Outdoor coil sensor (open circuit)
8E7E7Fault: Outdoor coil sensor (closed circuit)
9E9E9Fault: High or Low pressure tripped (Note: Some models have discharge sensor, which will also give the same fault code.)
-E5E5Communication error between outdoor and indoor.

ActronAir C Series Error Codes

OUTDOOR CPUC7 Wall ControlFault/Function
0Cooling Mode
1Heating Mode
2Heating Mode after 20 minutes of compressor run time. Defrost Standby.
3Heating Mode De-ice cycle
5Heating Mode Indoor coil pre-heat after defrost
7E7Fault: Outdoor coil sensor open circuit
8E7Fault: Outdoor coil sensor short circuit
9E9Fault: High or Low pressure tripped (Note: Some models have discharge sensor, which will also give the same fault code.)
-E5Communication error between outdoor and indoor.

ActronAir AECSN AEC7N Error Codes

OUTDOOR CPU24 Hour (AECSN) Wall Control7 Day (AEC7N) Wall ControlFault/Function
0--Cooling Mode
1--Heating Mode
2--Heating Mode after 20 minutes of compressor run time. Defrost Standby.
3--Heating Mode De-ice cycle
5--Heating Mode Indoor coil pre-heat after defrost
77E1Fault: Outdoor coil sensor open circuit
87E1Fault: Outdoor coil sensor closed circuit
99 (heat/cool flash)E2Fault: High or Low pressure tripped (Note: Some models have discharge sensor, which will also give the same fault code.)
--E5Communication error between outdoor and indoor.

Quietside air conditioner error codes

Quietside air conditioner error codes

When repairing a conditioner, it is very important to detect a malfunction very quickly, because time is particularly important in summer, when ACs break down endemically. At times like this, error codes are very helpful. They appear as combinations of letters and digits on the display of the indoor unit or diode lights flashing in a certain pattern. Error codes facilitate detection of faults.

Designation of sensorsFaults
Indoor ambient temperatureThe sensor is detected to be open-circuited or short-circuited for successive 30 seconds
Indoor tube temperature
Outdoor ambient temperature
Outdoor tube temperatureThe sensor is detected to be open-circuited or short-circuited for successive 30 seconds, and no detection is performed within 10 minutes after defrost begins.
ExhaustAfter the compressor has operated for 3 minutes, the sensor is detected to be open-circuited or short-circuited for successive 30 seconds.
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Fuji air conditioner error code

Fuji air conditioner error code

Air conditioners have a self-diagnosis function. It can work in an automated or special mode in case there are faults in the equipment. All information and error codes appear on display screens featured in indoor units or remote controls. If you would like to trace issues yourself, you can refer to error code lists.

CodeError contents
1Indoor signal error
13
26
27
0Wired remote controller abnormal
2Indoor room temperature sensor error
4Indoor heat exchanger temperature sensor (middle) error
28Indoor heat exchanger temperature sensor (inlet) error
9Float switch operated
OCOutdoor discharge pipe temperature sensor error
6Outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor (outlet) error
OAOutdoor temperature sensor error
15Compressor temperature sensor error
1d2-way valve temperature sensor error
1E3-way valve temperature sensor error
29Outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor (middle) error
20Indoor manual auto switch abnormal
2APower supply frequency detection error
17I PM protection
18CT error
1ACompressor location error
1bOutdoor fan error
1FConnected indoor unit abnormal
1cOutdoor unit computer communication error
12Indoor fan abnormal
OFDischarge temperature error
24Exessive high pressure protection on cooling
2c4-way valve abnormal
16Pressure switch abnormal
2bCompressor temperature error
19Active filter abnormal
25PFC circuit error

Napoleon air conditioner error codes

Napoleon air conditioner error codes

Here is the list of breakdowns or issues you may encounter using your Napoleon air conditioner. If you have doubts about the correct work of your air conditioner or you have started seeing anything unexpected, these tables are here to help you. The errors are described mentioning their codes which are displayed on the screen.

You can find the problem description, possible causes and actions offered to perform. If the air conditioner is not cooling, does not start, or produces strange sounds, there are simple things you can do to fix it by yourself, or you can make a conclusion that you need to address the problem to a specialist.

ProblemCause
OPERATION(RUN) indicator or other indicators continue flashing.The unit may stop operation or continue to run in a safety condition (depending on models). Waiting for about 10 minutes, the fault may be recovered automatically, if not, disconnect the power and then connect it in again. If the problem still exists, disconnect the power and contact the nearest customer service center.
If one of the following code appears on the display area : E0,E1,E2,E3 or P0,P1,P2, P3....,or F1.F2.F3
Fuse blows frequently or circuit breaker trips frequently .Stop the air conditioner immediately, disconnect the power and contact the nearest customer service center.
Other objects or water fall into the air conditioner.
Terrible odors are smelled or abnormal sounds are heard.

MalfunctionsCauseWhat should be done?
Unit does not startPower cutWait for power to be restored.
Unit may have become unplugged.Check that plug is securely in wall receptacle.
Fuse may have blown.Replace the fuse.
Battery in Remote controller may have been exhausted.Replace the battery.
The time you have set with timer is incorrect.Wait or cancel timer setting.
Unit not cooling or heating (Cooling/ heating models only) room very well while air flowing out from the air conditionerInappropriate temperature setting.Set temperature correctly. For detailed method please refer to "Using remote control" section.
Air filter is blocked.Clean the air filter.
Doors or Windows are open.Close the doors or windows.
Air inlet or outlet of indoor or outdoor unit has been blocked.Clear obstructions away first, then restart the unit.
Compressor 3 or 4 minutes protection has been activated.Wait.

Cruisair air conditioner error codes

Cruisair air conditioner error codes

Conditioners help users detect faults by displaying error codes. Please, check the tables below, which contain lists of error code. Each code has a description, which explains a possible cause of the problem and ways of dealing with it.

Pressures Suction/Discharge SymptomsPossible Cause
NormalNormalSuction line sweating w/droplets up to compressor Proper charged system
Compressor warm on top & hot on bottom
Temp differential across cooling coil is 16-20° F
LowLowSuction line cool, not sweating Low on charge
Compressor hot on top and bottom
Cooling coil temp, differential low
System drawing very low amps
Suction line has small beads of moisture No load due to low evaporator temp.
Compressor is cool to cold & may be sweating
Normal to high cooling coil temp, differential
LowHighSuction line cool to cold with frost or no sweat Kinked refrigerant line Blockage in refrigerant line
May have frost line at point of blockage Low charge/no condensing
Compressor hotNon-condensable in refrig- erant (air or moisture)
Compressor may draw high amps
Cooling coil temp, differential low
HighLowSuction line ambient to coolDefective component faulty comp, valves or reversing valve
Compressor is warm
Compressor draws low amps
Cooling coil temp, differential is low
System exhibits marginal to zero performance
Rapid rise in suction pressure & moderate rise
in head pressure when condenser air is blocked
HighHighSuction line cool to ambient No condensing of refrigerant
Compressor warm
Cooling coil temp, differential low
Compressor may trip circuit breaker
Suction line cool to ambientHigh load caused by hot living area temp, or high outside air
Compressor warm
Cooling coil temp, differential high

GE Air Conditioner Error Code

GE Air Conditioner Error Code

Air conditioners have error codes, which you can read with the help of the table below. There is a description of the likely cause near each error code, and possible solutions. Some issues can be eliminated without professional help.

ProblemPossible CausesWhat To Do
E4 appears in the displayWater bucket Is ftill or not installed correctly.• Remove, empty and replace the water bucket.
Water bucket was removed while unit was operating• Replace the water bucket. NOTE: Replace the water bucket immediately after emptying it to catch any condensation which may continue to accumulate.
"HEAT" mode is selected but unit does not heatIf you have a Cool only model, heat settings will not be active on your model.• Set the unit to AUTO. COOL. DRY or FAN mode. HEAT mode is not available and will not operate on cool only models.
"E1" appears in the displayFunction error code.• Unplug the air conditioner. Wait 3 minutes and plug it back in.
TIMER feature not working properlyA power outage or interruption occurred.• In the case of a power outage or interruption, the unit TIMER feature will reset to the original setting. You may need to set a new time if desired.