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Error code E1 and E4


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When error occurs in air conditioner, error code is displayed on indoor unit .... Display priority order at overlapping error : E1?E4?E5?P0?P0?P5?P6?t1? ...

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Midea air conditioner error codes. Indoor unit error code explanation: R series: ... E1, Indoor / outdoor units communication protection. E2, Zero-crossing signal error ... E4, Outdoor unit temp. sensor or connector of temp. sensor is defective.

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How to ubgrade android 4.0.4 icecream sandwich to 4.2 jellybean


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Why is the unit freezing? It is a TRUE TSSU-60-16.


Turn down the temp and move produce item closer to the front. The air exits the evaporator at around 28 degrees. Possible you need a thermostat.

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My True sandwich unit has been going up in temp slowly for the last month. It is set to the coldest setting, and is holding temp around 46 degrees now. It goes up around a degree a day. Any idea what...


first place to look would be the freon level. It sounds like there is a slow leak and freon level is going down. Start there and let me know if I can help any further.

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Cut out with P5


P5 is possibly drain pump malfunction. check pump is working and also suction and exit lines are clear. Hope this helps -

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I got a true refrigeration sandwich prep table it will get down to temp. But as soon as it gets down to about 38 it will start frosting up all the way back to the compressor and by the next day it has...


Look for doors not properly closing, poor air flow over coil or something blocking air flow, improper freon level.
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check out this web site as it has a manual for your equipment. it has lots of good info. Hope this helps. If you need more help, let me know.

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Runs out of hot water


I wonder if you have this problem below caused by a drop in water pressure from someone flushing a toilet or a washing machine. I would call the company to remedy this issue.

17. What is a cold water sandwich effect? The term “cold water sandwich effect” is a term that is used to describe the introduction of cold water into the hot water supply line during frequent on/off operation of an instantaneous water heater. The cold water sandwich effect, when present, appears as a momentary drop in hot water temperature as it is discharged from a hot water supply outlet (i.e. shower, tub, or faucet). This phenomenon is present in the operation of all instantaneous, tankless style, water heaters, but is minimized with the high tech design of Rinnai water heaters.
The technology built into the Rinnai water heaters is designed to minimize the cold water sandwich effect. Rinnai water heaters are microprocessor controlled and when water flow through them ceases, they remain in a “ready to fire state” for approximately 1 minute. If water flow through a Rinnai water heater begins within the first minute following water flow stoppage, the water heater will fire back up within 1 to 2 seconds. This minimizes the cold water sandwich effect that would otherwise be experienced with a low tech tankless water heater. It should be noted that the cold water sandwich effect cannot be removed completely from tankless style water heaters. The safety standards developed to insure the safe operation of water heaters require a delay in the ignition sequence of all gas water heaters.
While the cold water sandwich effect cannot be completely eliminated from standard plumbing systems, it can be eliminated from plumbing systems that have a supply and return hot water circulating system. Rinnai has developed 2 methods to eliminate the cold water sandwich effect in residential hot water circulating systems.
The first (and preferred) method to remove the cold water sandwich from circulating systems utilizes a small electric tank water heater (powered up) that is used with a dual purpose. The small water heater acts as a mixing tank to eliminate the cold water sandwich effect from the Rinnai water heater and it uses its electric heating element to offset the heat losses from the hot water circulating system.
The second method to remove the cold water sandwich from circulating systems utilizes a small 2 to 6 gallon storage tank installed on the hot water outlet of the Rinnai water heater. This tank acts as a mixing tank to blend the cold water sandwich with hot water and eliminating its effect at fixtures.

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GRP99


Everything you described is normal, except not heating up.
When you first plug it in, you will see 'dashes' that tell you it is getting power.
When you press the Power Button, the grill will start at the Default Temp of 300F and the Timer starts at 5 minutes. You now change the temp to what you want.
It takes 5 minutes to get your grill to your tempreature, so the timer should 'count-down' as the grill heats up.
As for not heating up, I think you will need to get that 'looked at' for repairs.

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