Midea Air Conditioner Error Codes List and Definitions





Midea air conditioner showing an error code? Whether you have an indoor or outdoor model Midea AC, the error code lists and fault definitions are below. These error codes will help you to understand what is causing the error on your air conditioner. You can then identify the problem and order the parts you need to fix it yourself. Here is Mideas AC Replacement Parts website and New Midea AC Units and Remote Controls.

Midea Air Conditioner Error Codes and Troubleshooting

Midea air conditioner error code definitions (INDOOR MODELS):

Midea R Series Air Conditioner Error Codes:

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E0
Error Code Definition = EEPROM parameter error







Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E1
Error Code Definition = Indoor / outdoor units communication protection

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E2
Error Code Definition = Zero-crossing signal error

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E3
Error Code Definition = Indoor fan speed out of control

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E5
Error Code Definition = Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = E6
Error Code Definition = Open or short circuit of room or evaporator temperature sensor

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = P0
Error Code Definition = IGBT over strong current protection

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = P1
Error Code Definition = Over voltage or too under voltage protection







Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = P2
Error Code Definition = Temperature protection of compressor top

Midea AC “R” Series Error Display = P4
Error Code Definition = Inverter compressor drive error

Midea Indoor AC Unit Error Codes

Midea Indoor AC Unit Error Codes

 

Midea Air Conditioner Indoor Unit Error Code Chart Definitions

Midea Air Conditioner Indoor Unit Error Code Chart Definitions







Midea 9V Series Air Conditioner Error Codes:

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E0
Error Code Definition = EEPROM error

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E1
Error Code Definition = Indoor / outdoor units communication protection

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E2
Error Code Definition = Zero-crossing signal error

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E3
Error Code Definition = Indoor fan speed out of control

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E5
Error Code Definition = Outdoor unit temperature sensor or connector of temperature sensor is defective

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E6
Error Code Definition = Open or short circuit of room or evaporator temperature

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = E7
Error Code Definition = Outdoor fan speed out of control







Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = P0
Error Code Definition = IBM malfunction or IGBT over-strong current protection

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = P1
Error Code Definition = Over voltage or too under voltage protection

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = P2
Error Code Definition = Temperature protection of compressor top

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = P4
Error Code Definition = Compressor position protection

Midea AC “9V” Series Error Display = P5
Error Code Definition = Inverter module protection

Midea Premier Split AC Error Codes

Midea 9A Series Air Conditioner Error Codes:







Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E0
Error Code Definition = EEPROM error

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E1
Error Code Definition = Indoor / outdoor units communication protection

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E2
Error Code Definition = Zero-crossing signal error

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E3
Error Code Definition = Indoor fan speed out of control

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E5
Error Code Definition = Outdoor unit temperature sensor or connector of temperature sensor is defective

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E6
Error Code Definition = Open or short circuit of room or evaporator temperature

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = E7
Error Code Definition = Outdoor fan speed out of control







Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = P0
Error Code Definition = IBM malfunction or IGBT over-strong current protection

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = P1
Error Code Definition = Over voltage or too under voltage protection

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = P2
Error Code Definition = Temperature protection of compressor top

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = P4
Error Code Definition = Compressor position protection

Midea A/C “9A” Series Error Display = P5
Error Code Definition = Inverter module protection

Midea Air Conditioner Outdoor Models Error Codes

Midea Air Conditioner Outdoor Models Error Codes







 

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Codes

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Codes

Midea AC Outdoor Units Error Codes And Troubleshooting Guide for Models M2OC-14HRDN1, M2OC-14HRDN1-Q, M2OC-18HRDN1, M2OC1-18HRDN1-Q, M3OC1-21HRDN1-Q, M3OC-27HRDN1, M3OC1-27HRDN1-Q, M4OC-24HRDN1-Q, M4OC1-27HRDN1-Q, M4OC-27HRDN1, M4OC-36HRDN1-Q, M5OA-36HRDN1-Q.

Midea AC Indoor Units Error Codes And Troubleshooting Manual For Models PWM093HX, PWM123HX, PWM183HX & MIDEA OUTDOOR A/C UNITS MODELS POM273HX and POM365HX.

Midea MDV AC Service Guide For Models MDV-D540 (560, 580, 820, 840, 860) W/S-820, MDV-D280 (220), W/S-810, MDV-J280W/S-810 (811), MDV-280W/BS, MDV(H)-J140 (120), W-510(511), MDV(H)-J160 (180), W(/S)-720, MDV-D100 (120),MDV-J110, MDV-J160, KFR-61T2W/BP or KFR-40×2W/BP-510T2.

Midea air conditioner error code definitions (OUTDOOR MODELS):

(OUTDOOR MODELS – For all units besides Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q model air conditioner)







Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E0
Error Code Definition = EEPROM error

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E1
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E2
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E3
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E6
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E4
Error Code Definition = Outdoor unit temp. sensor or connector of temperature sensor is defective

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E5
Error Code Definition = Compressor voltage protection







Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = E7
Error Code Definition = Communication malfunction between outdoor main chip and compressor control chip

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P0
Error Code Definition = Temperature protection of compressor discharge or compressor top

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P1
Error Code Definition = High pressure protection (only for M4OC1-27HRDN1-Q, M4OC-36HRDN1-Q)

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P2
Error Code Definition = Low pressure protection (only for M4OC1-27HRDN1-Q, M4OC-36HRDN1-Q)

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P3
Error Code Definition = Compressor current protection

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P4
Error Code Definition = Inverter module protection

Midea Outdoor Air Conditioner Error Display = P6
Error Code Definition = Condenser high temperature protection








Midea Split Type Air Conditioners Maintenance Guide

 


E1 Error Code For Midea Superair Split Air Conditioner

 


E3 F5 Error Code For SuperAir Mini Split Air Conditioner

 


E4, E5, E6, F1, F2, F3 Error Code For Midea Thermocore Air Conditioner







 


Midea Air Conditioner P2 Error Code Diagnosis For Over Temperature Protection OF Compressors Top

 


Midea Air Conditioner P1 Error Code Diagnosis For Over Voltage Or Over Low Voltage Protection

 


E2 Error Code For Midea Superair Split Air Conditioner – Zero crossing Signal Detection Error

 


E0 and F4 Error Code For Midea Superair Split Air Conditioner – EEPROM Chip Error

 


P0 and P4 Error Code For Midea Superair Split Air Conditioner – IPM Module or IGBT Overvoltage Protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Fault Codes (air conditioner):

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E0
Error Code Definition = EEPROM error

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E1
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E2
Error Code Definition = Communication malfunction between outdoor unit and indoor units

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E3
Error Code Definition = Communication malfunction between outdoor main chip and compressor control chip

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E4
Error Code Definition = Outdoor unit temp. sensor or connector of temperature sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E5
Error Code Definition = Compressor voltage protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = E6
Error Code Definition = PFC module protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P0
Error Code Definition = Compressor top temperature protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P1
Error Code Definition = High pressure protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P2
Error Code Definition = Low pressure protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P3
Error Code Definition = Compressor current protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P4
Error Code Definition = Compressor discharge high temperature protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P5
Error Code Definition = Condenser high-temperature protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = P6
Error Code Definition = Inverter module protection

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = F1
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = F2
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of the sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = F3
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of the sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = F4
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of the sensor is defective

Midea M5OA-36HRDN1-Q Model AC Error Code = F5
Error Code Definition = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of the sensor is defective

Midea Air Conditioner Units and Remote Controls Replacement Parts

Midea Air Conditioner Units and Remote Controls Replacement Parts

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{ 38 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Louise September 12, 2017 at 4:01 am

E9 error code on our Midea AC unit – rang the warranty and they let slip that this is the error code for a communication failure between the indoor and outdoor units.

Its usually due to an outdoor unit not being secured properly and a connection coming loose. Check all wiring and connections. We also gave out outdoor unit a fonsi style nudge and it starting working again although we now have to do this every time the error code comes up but it seems to work in the short term – next step is to go after the guy who installed ours as he clearly did a bad job – this is the third time we’ve had to call Midea about this unit.

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2 roger September 4, 2017 at 5:51 am

Midea AC split system cuts off with an E9 error code.
Why does your site not explain this E9 CODE?

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DIY Project Help Tips 3 DIY Project Help Tips September 6, 2017 at 12:04 am

roger,
There is no Midea AC split system E9 error code in the database at this time.

However we found this by digging further…..
Midea AC Display = Error Code E9
Malfunction or Protection = Voltage error

-RR

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4 Reynaldo August 27, 2017 at 2:38 pm

What is the meaning of E15 error floor mounted

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5 Shafik August 1, 2017 at 1:47 am

My Air Conditioner Midea shows EC error code and the power button is blinking.
When I turn off the power supply then it works for 10 minutes and then show EC error code again (Air conditioner not function).
The error code is “EC”.

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6 Thomas Morley July 9, 2017 at 10:05 pm

I have an E9 error code. I can’t find the E9 error code definition. Can any one help please

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7 Yad July 8, 2017 at 4:43 pm

My Air Conditioner Midea shows EC error code and power button blinking.
When I turn off the power supply then it work for 30 minutes and then show EC error code is in the display.
It is not showing any code.

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8 Manpreet Singh July 30, 2017 at 10:14 am

Gas pressure insufficient

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9 bilal usman June 24, 2017 at 2:04 am

My indoor unit display is showing F7 code and the outdoor compressor is off ?? A/c z not cooling? What is the problem.

A/c companay= Orient
Model – Ultron Plus

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10 Eshiet moses June 14, 2017 at 11:56 am

My midea indoor unit shows cp error what do I do?

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11 Ejaz ahmed June 6, 2017 at 7:19 pm

My AC is MIDEA it turns on and off but after it is on, the remote is not working and also the AC display light is always ON.

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12 help in need May 5, 2017 at 2:42 pm

E7 fault code in my MIDEA air condition ,how to fix it ?

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13 Shane April 16, 2017 at 5:18 pm

Midea unit 36000btu outdoor unit 3 indoor two ducted one caset.
Two have been running for a few years added the third this weekend when I cut it all on a line set came loose and lost alot of coolant.
Fixed line set pulled vacuum on all lines again and I’m trying to get it running and add more coolant when I start it back up it runs for a minute then stops red light blinking on ducted thermostats and red light on in caset and green light blinking no error codes.

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14 Niera April 15, 2017 at 11:44 am

I have indoor Midea Air Conditioner.
It always appears error EC on its screen and stops working.
I switched off from the electricity and back again to work again, not working.

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15 richard sulatra March 31, 2017 at 1:11 am

AC is Midea Air Conditioner.
Every 5 minutes the evaporator and the AC are shutting down and it was indicated by the error F1 and F3.
How can I fix this error?

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DIY Project Help Tips 16 DIY Project Help Tips April 7, 2017 at 12:13 am

richard sulatra,
Midea AC Error Codes F1 and F3…
F1 = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective.
F3 = Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective.

-RR

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17 Saravanan March 11, 2017 at 4:57 am

E9 error in midea 2012 model with out door pcb

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18 Tertius March 1, 2017 at 5:06 pm

Installed 2 x Midea inverter units yesterday – 2 different clients.
Client 1 – 12000 BTU has a F3 error code on display (after 1 day)
Client 2 – 18000 BTU has a EC erro code on display (after 1 day)

What could be the problem?

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19 Tony February 21, 2017 at 4:21 pm

I have a Media AC, the indoor unit is working ok, but the lights on the display do not show up.
I have tried the display button it makes no difference.

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20 Haridarshan singh January 27, 2017 at 8:38 pm

I have a Midea fan coil unit (MKA-1500)
I have a problem of alarm or error code 33.

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21 jason December 9, 2016 at 8:06 pm

Im getting error code FO then E1 on model MIDEA MCHS-28AVHR. This happened after a power outage.

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22 Naveed.A.Syed November 18, 2016 at 1:48 pm

Good trouble shooting video

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23 Ali October 26, 2016 at 8:57 pm

I have indoor media …it always appear EC on its screen and stop working..I should switched off from the electricity and back again to work again…whats the problem please

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24 Dave Gregory December 12, 2016 at 10:09 am

Mine is the same EC and it goes off – it was only installed a week ago what can it be ?

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25 James Thompson March 14, 2017 at 10:51 am

I have had the same problem with my split AC.
Error code EC.
Does exactly the same as described above.
My model is not even listed on LG support site which doesn’t make things any easier, but they don’t seem to reference an error code “EC” for any of their units.
Only info I have found elsewhere for other mfg units says this code means a faulty eeprom.

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26 Akin August 18, 2016 at 11:15 pm

Media Split type MS12F1-09CR Keeps shutting off after a few minutes.
LED display shows EC.
I’ve had the installation company come check for leaks twice. No refrigerant leaks detected
Unit cools when on but shuts off after 10-20 minutes. It won’t come on again unless turned on with remote.

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27 Nathalie August 18, 2016 at 3:03 pm

I have a Midea AC MS11D3.
It started showing E3 error, maintenance came, they changed a piece from the outside unit.
As soon as they left, E3 came back.
Company came back, took all out of my ac, and told me it was my motor mistake, just had it replaced.
They left E3 again. Some cracking sound come smoke come like from cold and the fan came so strong.

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28 maytham August 9, 2016 at 9:52 pm

Please. what is meant error P12
model : MFTGA-36HR

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29 Violet Petty August 8, 2016 at 5:06 pm

My Mideast air con unit has started beeping every couple of seconds even when I switch it off at the wall. Does anyone know why ?

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30 Bryan July 30, 2016 at 4:07 am

My Midea split type air conditioner started showing E1 error code on the indoor LED display is there a easy way to fix this?

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DIY Project Help Tips 31 DIY Project Help Tips July 30, 2016 at 6:47 pm

Bryan,
The error code E1 on a Midea split type AC will depend on the model number you have, check the model number you have and the see below…
R and 9A series MIDEA AC = E1 error code = Indoor outdoor units communication protection error.
Other MIDEA Air Conditioners including M5OA-36HRDN1-Q = E1 error code = No A Indoor unit coil outlet temperature sensor or connector of sensor is defective.
-RR

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32 benjamin July 1, 2016 at 9:19 am

My Midea air conditioner keeps displays EC after about 10 mins into powering it on. I believe EC means error code but that doesn’t explain the main problem. How can I read this error code to understand the exact problem. Plus it does not chill and is always on 24.

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DIY Project Help Tips 33 DIY Project Help Tips July 1, 2016 at 5:26 pm

Benjamin,
Midea AC error code EC = there is a possible refrigerant leak.
Your Midea Air Conditioner has refrigerant leakage detection.
Because of the installation layout of Midea Split air conditioners, it is possible that the AC unit can develop a refrigerant leak.
The main effect will reduce the performance of your unit meaning it will not cool as well or not at all.
Leaking too much refrigerant can damage the compressor.
Midea split air conditioner systems will display an “EC” indicator on the indoor unit display screen.
The EC error lets you know that there is a leak in the system.
When you see the EC code on your Midea AC, you need to get the unit inspected before any damage can occur.
-RR

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34 bhushan sonawane July 15, 2016 at 6:01 pm

The AC is on 10 minutes then the mcb trips but also error EC appears on the Midea AC.

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DIY Project Help Tips 35 DIY Project Help Tips July 15, 2016 at 8:24 pm

bhushan sonawane,
Do you have the model number so we may research your MIDEA air conditioner error code issue further?
-RR

36 Akin August 18, 2016 at 11:36 pm

Media Split type MS12F1-09CR Keeps shutting off after a few minutes.
LED display shows EC
Installation technician has come twice, says no leak detected.
When the unit is on, it cools.
Please advise

37 KAMRAN July 16, 2016 at 6:58 am

I have same problem with my Midea mini split 1 ton AC. I have checked any possible leakage but could not find any leakage as i have been told leakage leaves a black spot on the location of leakage. Also when my ac is running it cools properly. Which means freon is full. What else could it possibly be?

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DIY Project Help Tips 38 DIY Project Help Tips July 18, 2016 at 9:18 pm

KAMRAN,
If your MIDEA AC is cooling properly, what is wrong?
Is the unit shutting off too early or not functioning 100%?
-RR

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