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The E1 Error Code
The most common reason for an E1 error code to be displayed on your air conditioner's front panel is to remind you that the unit's air filter needs to be cleaned. Many models will automatically notify you of this via an E1 error code display after the unit has been operated for a predetermined number of hours. For example, many Sharp models will display an E1 code after 720 hours of use. Alternatively, you could have dirt or moisture in your front button controls, causing them to stick or not function properly. This can be a common problem with many models of Haier air conditioners, but the issue is not restricted to any one manufacturer. Your air conditioner could also have a defective thermistor, which is part of the thermostat.
For Samsung, the room thermistor needs replacing. This is a device that senses the temperature in the room.
I don't have your model number to look up but I'll try to answer. Most digital displays have 2 parts to the display cover. The actual display and sometimes a clear or green plastic cover to help protect the actual display. That type system can usually be removed and cleaned. Some of the newer systems have eliminated the extra cover, so if moisture is getting behind the display you can't clean it. If it is actually moisture, applying heat from a hair dryer may help get rid of some of it but be careful you don't get it too hot and melt the display.
I replaced a broken display screen on an iPhone4. I ordered the
screen/digitalizer from Amazon for 16 bucks and it came with a number of tiny tools for the equally tiny screws and fittings.. It took me three hours of tedious labor to get it apart, to connect the screen/digitalizer (some wires with multi-connectors on the ends that are attached to the display) and put it back together. I used 15, numbered cupcake pan, paper liners to keep all the tiny parts in their proper places. I downloaded 25 pages of instructions from the Internet and printed it out as a repair manual. Bottom line, it worked and still works like new.
If you can find a screen/digitalizer for you device by Googling it and if you are handy with small items repair give it a go. But, be sure NOT to order just a front GLASS as you need the combination of display and digitalizer. The front glass thing by itself is a rip-off.
I think the biggest problem you might face is the repair *manual*. Unless some kind soul has spent considerable time compiling one that you can download, I don't think you will have any success disassembling the unit and getting it back together without breaking something else in the process
Hi, Tay to contact the nearest bose authorised servicing center because the spares of Bose wave radio is difficult to get out side. Also it uses a mutilayer circuit boar with SMD components. Only A well trained service tech will be able to rectify the fault. Ajin
You question is unclear. Please specify the makes and model of all devices. I typically use Rackmount Monitor Keyboard combos with integrated KVM Switches for larger server applications. I have used quiet a few units from KVMSwitchTech and they work pretty well.
If the display works fine when connected to external screen via VGA connector then then the problem is either with the LCD display panel ( which consists of the display panel and inverter ) or the LCD cable that connects the LCD to the motherboard. You could try to re-seat the cable connection on the back of the LCD panel.
You need to determine if it's moisture or damage to the protective coating on the LCD glass. If the screen coating is damaged it will have patches or discoloration that resemble water spots like you see on windows and glasses exposed to hard water. If it's moisture between the glass and LCD you should be able to make out the tiny water droplets that are evenly spread throughout the screen. The only proper fix for a glass with damage to the protective coating is replacement of the bezel assembly. If it's moisture you can try inserting a few silica gel packs inside the unit. Don't try to disassemble the bezel (LCD/Screen) assembly. Just but the gel packs inside the 1650 chassis and give it a day or two. Otherwise, you're looking at factory repaire.