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I had the same issue as Brian, the Niles ZR8630 stays in initializing mode. At first, the unit would not turn on, so opened it and replaced the fuse, power was restored. But now the unit continually stays in INIT mode.
any body has an answer/solution?
If you haven't done already, then verify that zone 2 works without the selector. If the speakers definitely work and the zone output definitely works then the speaker selector must be the culprit! It's pretty difficult to mess up the wiring with speakers, as even if polarity is reversed, you will still hear something.
can be failure of the starterr relay which is coupled with the compressor. remove and check, if bad replace. If power goes to click in the relay and the compressor does not work then it is the failure of the compressor.
Estimate the cost of overhauling to the cost of a new one. make sure that power is on to the compressor before it can be confirmed.
Also checck the resistance from the outside and if there is coil leaking or open. check the capacitor also which can be faulty and will not start the compressor.
Here is what the manufacture says about it, my comments are below.
F1 E2 - UL A/D error(s)
1. Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press key for 5 seconds until last error code is displayed. 2. Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds. 3. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute. 4. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control.
F1 Codes are related to the control itself, if there was a storm, power outage, surge etc it could have damaged the control. Try resetting the board by unplugging the range or turning off the breaker for a couple minutes. Restart and see if that helps. If not you will need to replace the control.
The part number for this unit is 4453614 and runs just over $300.00
It sounds as though your remote is working fine. Since the storm coincided with your problem I would say that your receiver suffered a power surge that damaged the infrared receiver inside the unit. One other thing to try is to unplug the unit from the wall for about one minute, then plug it back in and try it. If that doesn't do the trick you will have to send it to a repair facility.
HI. the storm has caused an electrical surge that traveled through the home wiring system and, the Oven control received the hit in this case. it is damaged at this point, and it should be replaced asap, if possible. this code represents a major control breakdown. the board is ruined.