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Haier Air conditioner problems - e1 message

My air conditioner was running just fine. I got a little cold so I decided to turn it down. None of the buttons would work, including the power button. So, the only way I could turn it off was to unplug it. This I did do, but when I went to plug it back in all it did was give me a "e1" message where the temperature reading is. What is going on???? I am going to literally burn the hell up in this heat. What happened here? And how do I fix this?

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Try turning it off holding buttons each individually in for 3 secs then in an hour plug back in ... the rep from Haier gave me this advice ... just waiting my hour now ... i also hear that the remote works for sure ...

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Try an orange drop cord mine quit working and I want ed to make sure it was boke before throughing it out plugged it in in the garage with drop cord it worked brought it in house didn't work brought in orange drop cord woks fine

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