It is now a E000001-0002. Customer at first had the code E001-0010. Is this the thermisters and possibly the thermal switch?
E001 -0002= Fixing Assembly high temperature error (software detection)-----------don't forget to CLEAR the ERROR in service mode
1.Check if the cable of the Thermistor is caught. -> Replace
the Thermistors. -> Replace the Fixing Upper Unit.
2.IH control error. -> Replace the Fixing Power Supply PCB
(PCB10), the DC Controller PCB (PCB1), or the Main
Driver PCB (PCB2).
Description • The Fixing Main Thermistor (THM1) detects 230 degC or higher.
• The Fixing Sub Thermistor 1 (THM2)/Fixing Sub Thermistor 2 (THM4) detects 230 degC or higher for 2 consecutive
seconds. Also check fuse FU19 shown below on Main Driver pcb
the chart below shows the voltage of the fuses, connectors / pin location, loads and error / alarm codes.
Following is a list of error codes this chart associates a fuse with: E824, E005, E121, E023, E804, E820, E401, E025, E020, E008, E002, E001, E000
Following is a list of alarm codes this chart associates a fuse with: 33-0026, 33-0027, 04-0073
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