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Hi this is john barnes from adelade ive got a herritageseater spa about 5 years old last year i put in a circuit board thats located under the spa its been workin fine and the control panel comes up as er6 and beeps you have to turn the spa off at the mains for a couple minutes then resets it self after awhile the spa comes up wth er6 it seems to happens abuot 35 degrees so i hope this will give you a better idear on whats happening and thankyou

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well based on your story it seems that your tv when get hot loose some of its contact. i beleive the symptom is cause by a loose solder (cold solder). this is normal especially tv's that are aging. it tends to loose its contact because most of the parts/components of this device are becoming hot when being operated. example of this are resistors, transistors, and ic's(integrated circuits). check the power supply circuits and the horizontal deflection circuits. because these two circuits are responsible for problem you are experiencing. also use a magnifying glass in inspecting the board. based on my experience looking alone without this glass is not enough. you need to magnify it, to see it clearly. but if you are not inclined with this kind of job, better bring it to a qualified technician. one more thing, i dont beleive that the house is related with this problem. otherwise all your equipment that are hooked up in it will do the same problem (on and off). i hope this help you! good luck!

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Atlanta...sounds like you may have a power supply problem or the panel is bad. Cut the power, open the unit up and see if there is a fuse in there or a reset. No good? Then replace the circuit board. They just, well, die sometime. Happened to my microwave. Some units may be available remanufactured. Look around on the web.

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SOURCE: main computer display panel Audio estate A6 5 years old

There is a button on the bottom of your windshield wiper control arm. Push it once to turn on or off the computer display. Hold it to clear the current information. At the end of the arm is a "up/down" button for changing which info you would like to see (miles to empty, current mpg, etc.)
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The owner's manaual states that F1 means Control Malfunction.
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Press Oven cancel pad or disconnecting power supply may eliminate F code. If failure continues contact an authorised dealer.

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