Question about Sharp AF-S100FX Air Conditioner
Air conditioner keeps shutting off leaving an E1 message
Unplug it. Wait a few minutes. Hold in the Power button while plugging it back in and keep the button held down until a beep is heard (~5 sec). Unplug the air conditioner, then plug it in again.
Note: some units require using the Mode switch, rather than Power.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
Your power botton went bad. I took the circuit board out and chanded the timing switch with the power switch and the E1 went away and the AC unit works fine now.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
This did it for me! Same procedure but its described a little more thoroughly here...
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
I read on another site that there is no solution. Word for word the person stated that the damn thing was "fried." and to take it back. Not sure what he meant by taking it back? Certainly he was prematurely assuming that the AC unit was new. Well, mine is not new. Actually, I bought it a year ago today, and it blew out today. Tomorrow it will be out of warranty. Imagine that ****!! I have owned 3 AC's in the last 5 years and each time they blew out, it was on July 15th, which is also my birthday. Three birthdays ruined by this ****, and then this is even speaking of the ODDS of this happening three times on the same day. Come on now, where are my lottery winnings???
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Is it possible you still have the owner manual? It will have the reset codes for you listed. Also, check the filter, make sure it is clean and that the evap and condenser are clean as well. Thanks
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
Tips for a great answer:
E1-Automatic filter clean
Turn the air conditioner OFF and
unplug it. NOTE: The air conditioner must be unplugged for the automatic
filter clean timer to reset.
Clean the filter. See the Care and Cleaning section in your use&care manual. After cleaning, replace the filter and plug the air conditioner back in.
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