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To clear the code, try the following:
1) Press Additional Functions
2) Press # to enter the service menu
3) Scroll over to select "#12 Clear" and press Set
4) Scroll over to select either "ERR" or "ALL" and press Set
5) The LCDFault code E000 - 1.gif should report "CLEAR OK". Cycle power on the device.

If the error returns the device may need service.

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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