Sharp Inverter Problems, Errors & Faults: Call for Tech Support and Repairs
Sharp is one of the world’s leading brands with an outstanding history regarding the value of its products. If you are in need of servicing or maintaining your Sharp solar inverter, ANew Solar offers solar inverter services such as repairs and health checks at a pocket-friendly price.
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We at ANew Solar have dedicated, accredited solar technicians who will be able to help you with your Sharp inverter problems. It does not matter whether or not you bought your inverter with us. We will still lend you our services so that you may enjoy the use of your solar inverter. ANew Solar
Sharp Inverter Fault & Error Codes
When something goes wrong with a Sharp solar inverter, an error code or a fault message will be shown in the LCD screen. This helps the user to detect what is wrong with the inverter and it makes it easier to find a solution to the problem. Each error codes correspond to a fault that can be easily fixed by your own or a solar inverter technician if the problem is worse than you thought. Below are some common Sharp solar inverter error and fault codes:
Error Code d-21
A Sharp inverter that displays an Error Code d-21 is not a good sign. It is a major inverter fault which is caused by excessive voltage transients on the input or output of the inverter. Possible sources of this error is lightning or a power surge on the grid. Unfortunately, this is not covered by the product warranty as per Sharp since the root cause of the error is an external factor. Your best bet is to replace the whole inverter with a new one.
Error Code d-27
An Error Code d-27 is also a major inverter problem which is caused by external factors. It happens when the relay is open. Just like Error Code d-21, this is not covered by Sharp’s warranty. You can try resetting the solar inverter, but it is highly suggested that you buy a new one.
Fault Code f-01
When a Sharp inverter shows that it is having an F-01 fault code, it means that there is little or no power coming in the grid or the utility is under voltage. To fix this problem, you need to check if all the plugs are connected properly and all switches are turned on especially the Inverter AC isolator and the Solar Supply Main Switch. If you have done everything and the fault code is still shown, the problem might already lie on the inverter itself.
If you have the same problems above, you can contact ANew Solar and our expert solar technicians are ready to help you with all your inverter issues. We will do an electrical inspection or health check of your inverter and do necessary maintenance depending on the result.