Air conditioners have come a long way and are now essential for our homes. That said, since they’re advanced, they’re still not perfect, and random errors or crashes are new.
In this article, we are looking at the E1 error code in your gas, its causes and what you can do to fix the problem.
E1 is one of the most common error codes you’ll see on an air conditioner. It’s more of a reminder than a fault in that it’s a warning to clean your unit’s air filter. These error codes appear after a few hours of operation.
Other common reasons include the following:
- There is moisture or dirt on the front control panel.
- Bad or non-functional.
- There is a mechanical error in the unit.
- The internal and external components cannot be directly communicated.
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Here are five fixes you can try.
Clean the air filter
The first step is to clean the air filter on your device. As mentioned earlier, these errors occur after a specified period of operating hours. Cleaning your filter should easily fix the problem.
Check out the front button panel
Another reason you might see the error is if one of the buttons on the front panel is stuck due to moisture or dust accumulation. Clearing this panel and making sure all buttons are working will resolve the error.
Reset the control panel
Just like a computer or router, ACs are electronic devices controlled by logic-based circuitry. Resetting the control panel can resolve the E1 error without causing too much trouble. Usually unplugging the unit and plugging it back in after a while does the trick, check your manual to make sure you’re following the correct reset procedure.
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Do a hard reset
Hard reset should get your AC’s problems in your AC without causing too much trouble. All you have to do is unplug the unit and press and hold the power button while plugging the other unit back in. When you hear a beep, the AC needs to be reset.
You can unplug the AC and plug it back in before using the unit and it will work fine. If the method mentioned above does not identify your unit, refer to the manual for the correct method.
If nothing else, your best bet is to contact the manufacturer and have a technician come inspect your unit. There is a very good chance that the engine or the heater will fail, something that only an experienced technician can repair or replace.
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