IFB is an air conditioner manufactured by IFB Home Appliances. The unit can be used in homes, offices, and commercial buildings. The product is available online or through retailers in different countries around the world.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the AC error 'E6'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
The IFB documentation indicates that error code 'E6' is caused by the following problem: "Malfunction of indoor fan motor RUN lamp: flashes 6 times".
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We've created a list of solutions which you can follow if you want to solve this AC problem yourself. Do you need more help? Visit our support page if you need professional support with AC right away.
Sometimes, this device experiences issues with its internal components or the electrical wiring at your home or business premises.
To fix this error, you need to try a few solutions.
Replace the indoor fan motor
The fan motor is a major part of the indoor air handler and it moves air from the furnace to the rooms. If the fan motor is not working properly, then you can’t expect your system to work properly as well.
Check for gas leakage
Gas leakage can also cause low airflow in your indoor unit which results in low airflow in all parts of your home such as doors, windows, and ceiling fans. To check for gas leakage, you need to follow these steps:
Check for faulty temperature sensor
When you’re having low airflow problems in your home, then it’s most likely that there is a faulty temperature sensor that is not working properly. You can fix this problem by replacing the temperature sensor with a new one and see if the problem persists.
Replace the compressor
If you’re having low airflow problems in your home, then you can also check for a faulty compressor.
If not, then you need to replace it with a new one and see if the problem persists.
Fix any faulty or loose wiring connections
If there are any loose wires or damaged components inside your indoor unit, then this will cause low airflow problems in your home as well as other parts of your house such as doors, windows, and ceiling fans.
Use a screwdriver to check if any of the screws on the circuit board are missing or damaged. If any of the screws are missing or damaged, then you need to replace them with new ones.
Make sure that all wires on the circuit board are securely connected using heat-shrink insulation tubing or electrical tape for maximum security.