Gree Inverter AC Error Code | Solution

Gree Inverter AC Error Code | Solution | Troubleshooting Guide

Gree air conditioner has now become a well-known brand in the world. Now in the market Gree launched solar system air conditioner. Currently, the ongoing technology is the inverter air conditioner.

Gree inverter air conditioner error code | Solution
Gree inverter ac error code | Solution

So in this post, we talk about the error code of Gree inverter air conditioner. As I am an employee of Greek, so I can give you real guidance about the Greek AC error code. Here is a complete list of Gree Inverter AC Error Code along with a complete troubleshooting guide.

Gree Inverter AC Error Code | Solution  E1 To E9

E1 – High Pressure Protection Problem
If your Gree inverter air conditioner has an E1 error, it means that your air conditioner refrigerant is experiencing a high pressure issue. Check the refrigerant level, condenser for obstruction and AI flow of your external unit. Read more-

E2 – AC freeze problem (overcome)
Sometimes we are facing the issue that our air conditioner freezes or runs out. Because of this sometimes you are facing noise issues when the ice breaks. This problem occurs due to low refrigerant, fan motor faulty, blockage in the cooling coil, filter, blower or condenser etc.

E3 – Low Level of Refrigerant, Taking and Recycling Mode.
When your air conditioner leaks from somewhere and the level of refrigerant decreases, the E3 error will appear on your remote display. Sometimes the air conditioner gets into a recycle mood or taking issue so that it will show an E3 error in the display. Read more-

E4 – Compressor Discharge High Temperature Protection.
The unit will report to the PCB mainboard when the external unit receives a high discharge temperature. If this happened 6 times in a row, your air conditioner unit will shut down automatically. Now you have to open it again. Read more-

E5 – Current or voltage fluctuation problem.
When E5 appears on our display, it means that your voltage is not constant. This only happens when your air conditioner works in a cooling or drying mood. After the E5 error appears, your external unit will shut down automatically. If the unit running in heating mode all systems will stop working.

E6 – Communication error between indoor to outdoor.
gree inverter ac error code E6 error will appear if communication between indoor to outdoor is not good or breakout. As you can see there is a communication wire between the indoor and outdoor units. Check it for loose connections, breaks or burns.

E8 – Indoor Motor Problem or Indoor Main Board Defective.
Sometimes indoor units stop the fan motor working, so an E8 error appears in the remote. The reason would be the fan motor, faulty fan motor or loose connector of the drive PCB board of the indoor unit.

E9 – Indoor unit water pump and water level problem.
Most of the water level flow in the drain tray will cause an E9 error in the inverter air conditioner. You can also check for loose connections to water pumps in the indoor unit or faulty motor.

Gree Inverter AC Error Code | Solution F0 To F5

F0 – Indoor unit ambient temperature sensor.
If there is a malfunction in the ambient temperature sensor, an F0 error will appear in your air conditioner display. Check your ambient temperature sensor for 20k sensor. If the sensor is in an open, small, or weak conditioner, replace it.

F1 – Indoor Unit Evaporator Tube Sensor.
Due to the indoor unit tube sensor problem, an F1 error appears in the display. Check tube sensor for 25K25. If the sensor is open, small, or weak, replace it with a new one. Also, check the connector in the PCB for a loose connection.

F2 – Condenser Temperature Tube Sensor.
When the condenser temperature sensor stops working we face the problem of F2 error in our Greek air conditioner. You can check, open, break, or burn the sensor for loose connections. Also, check 50K K using a multimeter. If the sensor is weak then replace it.

F3 – Outdoor Ambient Temperature Sensor.
The F3 error appears in our remote when our outdoor ambient temperature sensor may be faulty. We can test it for 20k 20 if the sensor is weak then replace it. You can diagnose the sensor if it is in the event of an open, small, burning or loose connection.

F4 – Compressor discharge pressor tube sensor problem.
Check your discharge tube sensor for 25k Sens. If the discharge tube sensor creates a problem, the remote will see an F3 error. So you can change it or check for open, small, burnt or weak conditions.

F5 – Wire controlled remote control problem.
If a wired controller temperature sensor detects an open, short, or loose circuit connection, an F5 error will appear on the display. You can replace the wired control with a remote control.

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Gree inverter air conditioner error code | Solution

EE – outdoor pcb board memory chip fault.

H3 – Compressor overload protection problem.

H4 – Overload protection of evaporator and condenser.

H6 – Outdoor Units Fan Motors Problem.

H7 – Compressor motor star stop continuously.

P0 – drive module reset problem.

P5 – Compressor current protection problem.

P6 – Communication error between the main board to the drive board.

P7 – OFC IC Temperature Sensor Problem.

P8 – PFC IC Over-Temperature Problem.

U7 – 4-Way Valve Problem.

PA – AC current protection from input field.

PH – DC busbar over voltage problem.

Under the pl – dc busbar voltage problem.

Pu – Charge Circuit Problem.

PP – Input AC Voltage Error.

Lc – not compressor start up – startup failure.

LD – not phase cumming.

PC – Current Sense Circuit Problem.

HC – PFC Security.

Final Thoughts
So these are the errors of the gree inverter air conditioner given above me. If you follow this troubleshooting guide given above, you will be able to easily resolve your air conditioner issues in a few minutes.
Hope this helps you well and you benefited from this blog. If you have any doubts or questions, feel free to comment below.

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