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How can I correct non system error?


The most common setup on BIOS boot order is the removable media first. IF there is a drive problem then that computer changes to the next item in the boot order. What you are describing is a failure to detect any of the boot devices. Check the CMOS battery to make sure it is ok. The easiest way to do this is by looking at the clock time and date on the BIOS screen. If it is wrong then the battery has died and the computer can not remember the devices. IF you had disk problem to start then the hard drive might have failed.

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Error f01, what means?


The "F01" error code is indicating a communication error between the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the EEPROM on board the CCU occurred.

Generally in order to correct this failure the CCU board will need to be replaced

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Error code SY CE displayed plus lights in refrigerator and freezer not working


I appreciate your post, Carol!

Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire refrigerator is displaying an error code of "SY CE" and the lights are not working. A "SY CE" error code stands for a communication error at start up. This might be a miscommunication within your refrigerator and I would recommend performing a reset in order to correct the issue. To reset your refrigerator you need to disconnect power from it for roughly ten minutes. If this does not help correct your issue you may need to change your control panel or a wiring harness. In order to properly diagnosis your refrigerator you may need to disassemble it and I would suggest having a professional technician out to do so. This will help you avoid any unnecessary part purchases or personal injury. -Matt

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Thank you for your post, friend!

I understand that your Frigidaire microwave is displaying the error code "SE" or "5E". I have researched and the error code seems to be "SE" which means keypad is stuck. In order to remove the error code the keypad would need to be replaced.

Regrettably, this is not a simple DIY job. I would highly recommend reaching out to an expert technician to ensure the appropriate replacement part is ordered and is installed correctly to prevent future issues. I hope this helps to some degree. -Matt

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The order in which you are entering numbers and operations is not correct. For example, if you enter 5++2 most calculators will flag this as a syntax error.
On some calculators you calculate square roots as follows: 25 [SQRT]= gives 5. That is the correct syntax for this type of calculators.
For the newer ones you press the SQRT key and see displayed the square root symbol followed by a left parenthesis. You enter the number, close the right parenthesis, then =. If you do not respect the order you get a syntax error.
I cannot say more because I have no idea what you were trying to do, and more importantly, I do not know the make and model of the calculator.

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Ge pss26sgpass keep in defrost error code bc ?????


That is actually a "tc" error code.


This error means that the display board isn\'t communication correctly with the temperature control sensors which is why it\'s giving the error. It may stop cooling so you need to keep an eye out. Either way, try to unplug the unit for 5 minutes (don\'t plug it in early it\'s hard on the compressor). Plug it back in and see if the error goes away. If it doesn\'t, you need to order and replace your display control board because it\'s just not working correctly unfortunately.Here is the board to order.

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Hi my washer dryer 9kg front loader wd 1290 rd is showing a code d.h.e in the middle of drying?


here is a list of eror codes i dont think your reading what yours says correctly hope this helps
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