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My wall air con kelvinator just installed turned off after 2 hrs and H1 came up on display


H1 is defrost mode. This means that the outdoor coil has gotten too cold and needs to warm itself up in order to continue heating. Heating will resume in a short period. Nothing wrong with machine, this is normal when outdoor air temps are extremely cold.

Jun 21, 2017 | Heating & Cooling

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What does code h1 indicate?


H1 ie a HEATER fault, which usually occurs after the fill and just as the machine is about to start heating the water, when your machine detects that the heater has gone "open circuit" . This is probably a failed heating element(There is a break in the wire inside the element) . I can't be specific because you don't mention the model number, but washing machine heater elements are usually available on eBay or from your local white goods supplier fairly cheaply (You will need a model umber to make sure you get the correct one). Replacement is not too difficuly. There are many many YouTube videos available with instructions

Sep 25, 2015 | Samsung Washing Machines

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WHAT FFHS2322MS H1?


Hello friend, thank you for your post!

I understand that your Frigidaire refrigerator is providing a "H1" error code. However, "H1" is an invalid code. I show a code for "HI" and that stands for high temperature in the freezer compartment. If you are receiving this error code but your temperature is cold inside your freezer it could be a miscommunication within the board and I would perform a reset on your appliance by flipping the household circuit breaker for ten minutes. I hope this helps. -Matt

Aug 18, 2014 | Frigidaire FFHS2322MS

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What is a blinking H1 mean?


Good Morning Friend, that's a great question!

Error code "H1" is actually "HI" meaning that your refrigerator has detected high temperature in freezer compartment. The recommended factory setting should be 0 degrees for the freezer compartment and 37 degrees for the fresh food compartment. Try setting the freezer temperature to "0" or a lower setting and allow 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize. The refrigerator should resume normal operations. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your refrigerator status has changed successfully. Thank you! - Z

Aug 03, 2014 | Frigidaire Refrigerators

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Lennox 8 series ms8-z0-2ap3a error code H1, defrost operation


h1: defrosting /normal operation/ normal defrost operation.
see more: Air Conditioning Fault Codes

Jan 16, 2013 | Lennox Heating & Cooling

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Samsung washing machine error h1


hi !

look here : http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/fault-codes/laundry-fault-codes/3369-generic-daewoo-washing-machine-and-washer-dryer-fault-codes.html

Aug 13, 2012 | Washing Machines

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Hi.. please help me.. my minolta dialta 183 is not working.. there's a code CO5 in the screen.. please help me to fix it.. thanks


C0500: Warm-up failure

Step 1
Check:
Fusing Heater Lamp (H1) turns
ON.

Step 2
Check:
Fusing Heater Lamp (H1) is open-circuited.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across both
ends of the Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1).
The Fusing Heater Lamp is open-circuited
if the resistance is infinity.

Result: YES
Action: Change Fusing Heater Lamp (H1).

Step 3
Check: Thermoswitch 1 (TS1) is operational.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across both
ends of the Thermoswitch 1 (TS1).
The Thermoswitch 1 is open-circuited
if the resistance is infinity.

Result: NO
Action: Change Thermoswitch 1 (TS1).

Step 4
Check: Fusing Unit Interlock Switch (S2) is
operational.
<Check Procedure>
Check continuity across terminals
when the Fusing Unit Interlock
Switch (S2) is turned ON.
• Across S2-1A and S2-1B
• Across S2-2A and S2-2B

Result: NO
Action: Change Fusing Unit Interlock
Switch (S2).

Result : YES
Action: Change DC Power Supply (PU1).

Step 5
Check: Thermistor (TH1) is open-circuited.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across CN15-2
and CN15-3 on the Fusing Unit side
with CN15 disconnected.
The Thermistor is open-circuited if
the resistance is infinity.

Result: YES
Action: Change Thermistor (TH1).

Step 6
Check: The following voltages are supplied
from the Master Board (copier: PWBA).
<Check Procedure>
Check voltage across a Master Board
(copier: PWB-A) pin and GND when
the Power Switch is turned ON.
• Voltage across PJ10A-7 and GND
DC24 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is OFF
DC0 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is ON
• Voltage across PJ10A-10 and
GND
DC24 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is OFF
DC0 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is ON

Result: NO
Action: Change Master Board (copier:
PWB-A).

Oct 05, 2011 | Konica Minolta DiALTA Di200 Copier

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Minolta dialta 183 help me... theres a code in the screen CO5 .. and automatically turn off.


C0500: Warm-up failure

Step 1
Check:
Fusing Heater Lamp (H1) turns
ON.

Step 2
Check:
Fusing Heater Lamp (H1) is open-circuited.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across both
ends of the Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1).
The Fusing Heater Lamp is open-circuited
if the resistance is infinity.

Result: YES
Action: Change Fusing Heater Lamp (H1).

Step 3
Check: Thermoswitch 1 (TS1) is operational.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across both
ends of the Thermoswitch 1 (TS1).
The Thermoswitch 1 is open-circuited
if the resistance is infinity.

Result: NO
Action: Change Thermoswitch 1 (TS1).

Step 4
Check: Fusing Unit Interlock Switch (S2) is
operational.
<Check Procedure>
Check continuity across terminals
when the Fusing Unit Interlock
Switch (S2) is turned ON.
• Across S2-1A and S2-1B
• Across S2-2A and S2-2B

Result: NO
Action: Change Fusing Unit Interlock
Switch (S2).

Result : YES
Action: Change DC Power Supply (PU1).

Step 5
Check: Thermistor (TH1) is open-circuited.
<Check Procedure>
Check the resistance across CN15-2
and CN15-3 on the Fusing Unit side
with CN15 disconnected.
The Thermistor is open-circuited if
the resistance is infinity.

Result: YES
Action: Change Thermistor (TH1).

Step 6
Check: The following voltages are supplied
from the Master Board (copier: PWBA).
<Check Procedure>
Check voltage across a Master Board
(copier: PWB-A) pin and GND when
the Power Switch is turned ON.
• Voltage across PJ10A-7 and GND
DC24 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is OFF
DC0 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is ON
• Voltage across PJ10A-10 and
GND
DC24 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is OFF
DC0 V when Fusing Heater Lamp
(H1) is ON

Result: NO
Action: Change Master Board (copier:
PWB-A).

Oct 05, 2011 | Minolta DiALTA Di183 Copier

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What is the adverage time to replace H1 brakes 1998 hummer


Depends on your driving habits. One of the best indicaters if you have never added brake fluid is the level in your master cyclinder. Rotors: if you feel a pulsation in the brake pedal under normal breaking.

Sep 06, 2009 | 2002 Hummer H1

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H3 Alpha. Vibration


the balance on ANY H1 can be critical. i am a HUMMER H1 tech. for them to say its normal is a lie. they can be balanced with the proper machine and technician. alignment will not cause vibration and it is also critical that the specs on the alignment (toe specifically) form a diamond pattern. that is to say the fronts should be adjusted in 1/16th of an inch and the rear 1/16th out. that will add life to your tires as well as good handling. H1 s are the best. anything further email me at iambanshee74@yahoo.com

Jun 23, 2008 | 2008 Hummer H3

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