Question about Sharp AF-S120FX Air Conditioner
I have a Sharp window mount air conditioner. It reads "E1" after the power goes out. I've had to go through a certain procedure involving unplugging for a period of time and then plugging it back in and pushing 2 buttons at the same time... I just don't remember the procedure. Can you find out for me?
This is from Sharp's website...apparently an addendum to the instruction booklet. When you get E1:
Unplug. Press and keep pressing the On/Off button on the unit. Plug unit back in. Wait until unit beeps (about 5 seconds) then release On/Off button. Unplug unit. Plug unit back in.
You're good to go.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
I tried it. Didn't work. Tried again several different ways and then kicked the AC out the window. I wish I lived on a higher floor so it could have dropped further.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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