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AR5316E error code h2

The display is flashing the code(h then 2) in the 3rd digit for sharp AR5316E

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Hi in put # + inroput + c + intrupt + 14 + start

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Thermistor open detection
press:
# --> interrupt --> clear --> interrupt
14 --> start --> 1 --> start

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