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Hi don the error code is a system overload. There are a lot of things that could be causing this temperature short circuit. Inwould take the cover of the unit and see if you can visually see any maybe dust or debri on any condenser coils or fans. If you can't figure it out call an expert.
Here is a link to the manual for your system
I'm having a similar problem. My water heater is Eternal GU195S. It will heat up the water it's in the tank so I will get hot water for a few minutes. Then whenever the system tried to heat up on-demand, it will not heat up and gave E02 error. If I stopped drawing water, the E02 error will go away and the temp setting I had will come back on. What could be the problem? I currently took it out of service and set it up outside my work shop for testing. Thanks.
Hello there, I guess your Running capacitor is leaking already, when you start your aircon it will run after a minute the aircon will stop with errors, because the fan is stop running due to busted capacitor. thanks
E-3 Indoor unit blower motor mechanism. Rotate blower motor manually. If rotate, check power to motor. If power is there, replace only fan-capacitor. If hard to rotate, replace bearings or motor itself. If no power to motor, defective in PCB. Repair/replace PCB. Thanks and hope it's helpful.
Check an error code displayed? If unit stops immediately after you switch on, fan motor mechanism locked. Check motor and PCB. If unit stops after few seconds, check coil and room air sensor and replace if it's defective.Helpful?