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I tried to see what the F-1 Code is but found very little information other than talking to Avanti Customer Service 800-220-5570
You most likely have other problems when a error code is showing. Here is a user manual=> HERE Appliance 911
Have you consulted the user manual for troubleshooting tips? When having problems with appliances or whatever, please consult the user manual first as they have a troubleshooting section for this purpose. If like some, this was discarded you will either need to contact the manufacturer Customer Service or their support website. Anyone beyond that for support should be a last resort.
ADJUST THE REED SWITCH ACCORDING WITH DIAGRAM. NOW TIGH THE FLEXIBLE CORD FROM KEYPANEL VS DISPLAY BOARD AND THEN CONNECTOR FROM DISPLAY BOARD VS LOWER BOARD OR MAIN CONTROLLER BOARD. If you can open the keypanel and clean with contact cleaner will be a good idea with carefully and patience. sincerely. Finally if the problem persist you will 2 options: a) faulty display board and 2) Main controller board.
ER in temp means error code next 2 letters are first letter of part giving problem or where problem located.. if " ER DH" means def heater not coming on, does not mean heater bad but def control bad not letting voltage to heater. could need main bd also
CD Changer Error Codes:
If problems arise during CD changer operation, the following error codes may appear in the display: ER-1: No magazine loaded. ER-2: Problem in the disc loading function. ER-3: Error in the disc loading function. ER-4: Error in the disc unloading function. ER-5: Error in the magazine position. ER-6: Error in the laser pickup position. ER-7: Error in the laser focus on the disc.
I have a similar problem with my Frigidaire FDB4050LHS1. My Owner's Manual says to contact the Customer Care Center if the display shows "Er", "uF", or "CE". When I called them, Maria didn't have a clue what the codes meant - all she could do was give me phone numbers to authorized service centers in my area.
I managed to get ahold of a "SERVICE DATASHEET" P/N: 154718601. The error code "ER/ER" means there is a "switch failure"; "ER/CE" denotes a "Configuration Error"; "ER/uo" means "Vent will not close"; and "ER/UF" means "Fan not running".
The schematic only labels three switches - labeled "USER INTERFACE SWITCH", "DOOR SWITCH", and "FLOAT SWITCH". There is also a switch in the pump motor assembly. If either the door or user interface switch is faulty, then you probably won't be able to do anything other than call a repair service - unless you know how to replace these switches yourself.
If the float switch is causing the error, you might be able to run the "Water/Service Test". From "PF" (denoting a Power Failure) or idle mode (with no lights on whatsoever), press and hold the "DRY/AIRDRY" and "START/CANCEL" buttons at the same time for 3 seconds. This will start an 8-stage test that runs for about 7 and 1/2 minutes. The display will show which step the test is in until it shows an error code. Step 1 tests the water valve, which is where the float switch is located. If that switch is bad, you will likely see "Uo" displayed within the first minute of the test.