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If your air conditioner displays E1 in the display
panel and won't turn on, it means that the Room Thermistor (a device connected
to the thermostat that detects room temperature) is shorted or defective, and
you need to have your air conditioner serviced
I would try the same solution as the E1 error code, Not sure if it will work, but it seems to be the same issue
1. Power down the air conditioner using the "power" button on the front
2. Unplug the air conditioner from the wall socket.
3. Hold the front panel "power" button down and plug the air
conditioner in. Continue to hold the power button down as the machine
goes through a brief test sequence (fan & compressor each come on
briefly, etc). There is a "beep" sound at the end of the test sequence,
and the machine will be off. At this point, you can release the power
4. Unplug the air conditioner.
5. Plug the air conditioner back in.
6. Congratulations! You should now be able to operate the air
conditioner normally for another 720 hours, but only if you followed
the instructions above EXACTLY.
Hello kamper2 - Sorry for the delay in answering. I had a response prepaired but something cleared it on me about 2AM last night and I just couldn't think any more. Sounds like your problem is similar but different. I don't think you have to spend any more time on the roof looking at the roof unit. I have been working with a tech and Dometic for over 6 weeks. Right now I am running my A/C on an extension cord out my window and over the the power pedestal for power. The 12 VDC to the A/C circuit board is coming from a car battery sitting on my kitchen floor. The communication cable is a 25' telephone extension cord draped over my kitchen slide over to the CCC. Last week end I turned off all power to the trailer (110VAC and 12VDC) and sat here all day running just the A/C. It shut down 6 times. This was an effort by Dometic to eliminate RF energy affecting the microprocesser on the A/C control circuit board. Apparently the CCC and A/C control circuit board have some idiosyncrasies that aren't well explained. I also have an extended warranty on my A/C with Dometic. I'm thinking they believe RF energy may be picked up via the communication cable and affecting the microprocessor. Do you have a cell phone, wireless router for your computer or telephone or something that may put out noticeable RF energy? If you do, turn it off for a while to see if that may be related to the shut down's. I'm still working on my problem and no solution or reason yet. The circuit board in my A/C has already been replaced. I am assuming you do not have an icing problem with the problem A/C. If for some reason you decide to replace the communication cable from the CCC to the A/C circuit board, be aware that a typical telephone extension cord will not work. You must replace one of the plugs so the wires are straight through (pin for pin) and not reversed as the typical telephone extension cord is. Good luck with your detective work! azbill375
More than likely this unit could be fixed reasonably. It sounds from your explanation like a bad connection inside the control panel of your unit. Could possibly be what is called a cold soldered joint.