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Blue star Dx unit e2 alarm how to rectify
The Blue Star DX Unit E2 alarm is an error code that indicates a problem with the discharge temperature sensor. Here are some steps you can take to try and rectify the issue:
- Turn off the DX unit and disconnect the power supply to the unit.
- Check the wiring and connections of the discharge temperature sensor. Make sure the connections are tight and the wiring is not damaged or frayed.
- Clean the discharge temperature sensor. Remove any dirt, dust, or debris that may have accumulated on the sensor, as this can interfere with its readings.
- Check the sensor's resistance. Use a multimeter to check the resistance of the sensor. If the resistance is too high or too low, this may indicate a faulty sensor that needs to be replaced.
- Replace the sensor. If the sensor is faulty, replace it with a new one that is compatible with the Blue Star DX unit.
- Reset the unit. Once you have rectified the issue, reset the DX unit and see if the error code clears.
If you are unable to rectify the issue, or if the error code persists, it may be best to contact a qualified technician or Blue Star customer service for further assistance.
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