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Hi, my cold-room has a flashing code " EE " on the control panel.I wonder what this means ?

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When EE:EE is displayed on remotecontrol , press "Energy Save" &"Zone Control" buttons simultaneouslyfor longer than 3 secs. The error code will then be displayed on the LCD.Then write again. Thanks.

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SOURCE: Panasonic CWXC203EU the

Hi.

EE means energy efficiency. hen EE is displayed there can be a defective thermistor or insufficient ventilation.

The following works on some A/C system: "When EE is displayed, press "energy save" and "zone control" simultaneously for about 5 secs"

Try also testing the system in auto mode, check ventilation and if possible test thermistor by reading impedance with a multimeter.

Posted on Aug 11, 2011

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http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/CW-XC203EU?support

I saw no EE mentioned in the legend or otherwise, perhaps the model and serial # you will get an answer from the manufacturer.

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Corrupt memory causes this.
Just guessing on your make and model type!

1 - Unplug the washer from power for 10 minutes to attempt to CLEAR THE CORRUPTED MEMORY on the main control board.
NOTE: You can try unplugging the washer multiple times to attempt to clear the corrupt memory. Unplugging the LG washer with the EE error code may clear the error code and no other action is required. The washer memory will be cleared or reset and the EE error code is considered fixed or repaired.
2 - If the code does not clear on the washer after unplugging it multiple times, this means the main electronic control board is faulty and needs to be removed and replaced.
3 - To be sure the main control board is the problem, run a TEST MODE if you want to continue the troubleshooting process or just replace the main control board and that will fix the EE error issue.
NOTE: How to run a TEST MODE on an LG front load washer is explained below...
4 - If you have unplugged the washer for 10 minutes and have done this multiple times and the EE code DID NOT CLEAR, you can run the TEST MODE and the EE error may come up with the FIRST PRESS OF START/PAUSE BUTTON DISPLAYS EE ERROR CODE. If this is the case,then you have a bad or faulty Main Electronic Control Board and you need to replace it.

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The eeprom is a memory chip built into the oven electronic control board. The error usually means that the electronic board must be replaced. In some case the alluminium insulation foil that protects the board must also be replaced. A radiation leakage test must be done after carrying the repair. The repair must be performed by a technician.

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As you say the temperature is actually 65 degrees - then this means that the temperature sensor on the Bread maker has failed and will need to be replaced.

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Panasonic CWXC203EU the unit is flashing error code EE and only when you unplug it shuts off the control do not work blows s a littlle cold air but after a shor time it shuts off


Hi.

EE means energy efficiency. hen EE is displayed there can be a defective thermistor or insufficient ventilation.

The following works on some A/C system: "When EE is displayed, press "energy save" and "zone control" simultaneously for about 5 secs"

Try also testing the system in auto mode, check ventilation and if possible test thermistor by reading impedance with a multimeter.

If when EE is displayed the unit also becomes non-responsive and does not turn off, then the problem may also be a defective controller board. Other parts, included the ones mentioned before, must be tested before replacing the control module.

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