Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
I recently had the E2 error code on 2 units a KFR-35GW/BMVE and KFR-50GW/BMVE. I recommend checking the refrigerant. Our's was extremely low and having it filled/charged resolved the issue. In all of the Googling, this solution never came up.
Initially the error code would come on and flipping the breaker off for 10 mins or so would reset it and it would work. Probably did this about 10 times every so often (like over weeks). Eventually this did not work and researching online led us to believe that either the indoor pipe sensor or indoor PCB was bad. Spent lots of time online trying to find these replacement parts to no avail. Was finally able to get a friend of a friend that is an A/C person to check them out and discovered the Freon was too low. Hope this helps someone else out there stuck with these "unserviceable" units.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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