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Got an F2e1 error

Remove panel and recieved the following error F2E1 keypad keytail not connected

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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2009

    I believe it is the flat green plastic "ribbon" . Mine seems to be cracked,,,yours may have come loose,,,check to see if it is seated properly

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It is the only ribon cable coming off of the control panel to the control board. This error could also indicate that the control panel is bad.

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