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CIMR-G5A25P5 Yaskawa Electric AC VFD Variable Frequency Drive Repair

Industrial VFD Repair Service – Save Big and Keep Your Settings. Our services are fast and easy. Send us your failed VFD Variable Frequency Drive. We will quickly repair your faulty VFD. We provide a quick turnaround time and a high repair success rate at a low repair cost.
UpFix is NOT an authorized distributor for Yaskawa Electric.

Experience the most cost-effective and efficient solution for your industrial VFD issues with UpFix expert repair service. By choosing to repair your original VFD, you not only save significantly compared to the cost of buying a new unit, but you also retain all the custom programming and configurations specific to your operational needs.
  • Estimated Repair Time is 3-5 business days.
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Description

This is a repair service for CIMR-G5A25P5 Yaskawa Electric AC VFD Variable Frequency Drive Repair.
UpFix is NOT an authorized distributor for Yaskawa Electric.

Once we receive your part, our highly trained and IPC certified technicians will run tests to identify the source of the problem. We will rebuild your part, replacing not only the failed components, but all components that are usually known to fail or go bad in this part. We want to make your experience as effortless as possible. All you have to do is send your part to us. Then after receiving the part back from us, just reinstall it and you’re back in business!

Estimated Repair Time is 3-5 business days.

International Shipping Available: Ships to USA and Canada

How it works


We take pride in our work and will take it a step further and fully inspect your control board and will replace failure prone components or parts that may be failing in the future. Each part is fully tested to make sure it passes a full functional test.

Our service is 100 percent guaranteed or your money back. We stand by our services, thats why we got you covered with a 24-month warranty and lifetime phone support when you need us

Our goal is to save you hundreds of dollars, while continuing to provide an eco-friendly solution that reduces pollution. We drive our business towards consistent and profitable growth, with integrity and a commitment to the people and communities where we live and work. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back.




This repair service will fix these issues:

  • Auto Tune Failure
  • Checksum Fault
  • Does Not Enable
  • Does Not Power
  • Fails Under Load
  • Fans Not Turning On
  • Ground Fault
  • Heatsink Fault
  • I/O Terminal Not Working
  • Input Phase Fault
  • Keypad Issue
  • Keys Dont Press
  • No Output
  • Output Phase Fault
  • Output Runs Erratically
  • Overcurrent Fault
  • Overvoltage Fault
  • Power Loss
  • Undervoltage Fault
  • Unit Had Blown Up
  • Unit Smoked



Cost-Effective
Repairing your existing VFD can be substantially more affordable than purchasing a new one. Enjoy significant savings while maintaining optimal functionality.

No Reconfiguration Needed
One of the biggest advantages of repairing your original VFD is the elimination of reprogramming. Your VFD will be returned to you with all its original settings intact, ensuring a seamless reintroduction into your system without the need for costly and time-consuming reconfiguration.

Quick Turnaround
We understand the importance of minimizing downtime. Our skilled technicians ensure a quick and efficient repair process, getting your operations back up and running in no time.

Quality Assurance
We use only the highest quality parts and the latest techniques in our repair processes, ensuring your VFD returns to you in top-notch condition, often better than its pre-fault state.

Extended Life for Your Equipment
Repairing and maintaining your existing VFD can significantly extend its life, making it a sustainable choice for your business and the environment.

Expert Support
Our team of experienced technicians is well-versed in a wide range of VFD brands and models, providing you with knowledgeable support and advice every step of the way.

Our Commitment
At UpFix, we are committed to providing you with a reliable, high-quality repair service that keeps your operations smooth and efficient. Trust us to restore your VFD to its optimal performance, ensuring your business runs uninterrupted.
Will this service fix my problems?

A full diagnostic check should first be performed to eliminate all other possible causes for your symptoms, even if the symptoms match those specified on the common fault description.

If you send a unit in good working condition due to misdiagnosis, and our testing determines that there are no issues or faults with the unit, or if the part is beyond repair, then you will only be responsible for the shipping costs and a bench test fee of $39.99 may be applied.

IMPORTANT! If you are not sure that this part is the cause of the fault then we recommend that you do not go ahead with this purchase and instead seek further professional advice and diagnosis.


Benefits of using us:
  • Free round trip shipping
  • Fast & easy process
  • High quality components
  • 100% guaranteed or your money back
  • Save hundreds of dollars
  • Amazing customer service and support
  • No programming needed
  • Plug-n-play
  • Refurbished and tested to meet manufacturers specifications
  • IPC certified technicians (highest standard of quality craftsmanship)
  • Hassle-free warranty that is much better than the warranties you get for new replacements.
Warranty

Warranty

Our service is 100 percent guaranteed or your money back.

For a full 24 months, our no-hassle warranty covers the repair. We will fix the item again if the repair fails within 24 months. If the component is not repairable, we will, at our discretion, either replace the part entirely or refund the cost of the repair.

We stand by our services – If the part is going to fail, itll fail within the first 3 months. Thats why we got you covered with a 24-month warranty and lifetime phone support when you need us

How It Works

How it works

Our services are fast and easy. Reducing downtime is extremely important to us. Our standard repair is usually under 1 week. Meanwhile, offering a high-quality repair service with a focus on quick, long-lasting repairs at competitive prices.


We take pride in our work and not only fully inspecting/repairing your faulty part, but will take it a step further and will replace failure prone components or parts that may be failing in the future. Each control board is fully tested to make sure it passes a full functional test. Our service is 100 percent guaranteed or your money back.


  1. Carefully remove your part.
  2. Securely pack your part, using the correct box so that your part cannot be damaged in transit. Take special care when packing.
  3. Add item to shopping cart and check out. We will provide you with shipping label to send the part to us. You will not need to pay anything until your part is full repaired.
  4. Inside the package include: Your Name, Return Address, Phone Number.


  5. International Shipping Available
    We ship to USA and Canada
Part Numbers

CIMRG5A25P5

Error Codes
CodeDescriptionRecommended Action
BUS Option Com ErrOption Card Transmission Error A communications error occurred in a mode where the run command or a frequency reference is set from an Transmission Option Card.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Check the Transmission Card and signals
CALL Serial Com CallSI-B Communications Error Control data was not normally received when power was turned ON.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Check the communications devices and signals.
CE MEMOBUS Com ErrCommunications Error Normal reception was not possible for 2 s after received control data.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Check the communications devices and signals.
CF Out of ControlControl Fault The torque limit was reached continuously for 3 seconds or longer during a deceleration stop during open-loop vector control.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) Check the motor constants.
CPF00 COM-ERR (OP&INV)Operator Communications Error 1 Communications with the Operator were not established within 5 seconds after the power was turned on. CAUSE: 1) The Digital Operator’s connector isn’t connected properly. 2) The Inverter’s control circuits are faulty. SOLUTION: 1) Disconnect the Digital Operator and then connect it again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF01 COM-ERR (OP&INV)Operator Communications Error 2 After communications were established there was a transmission error with the Digital Operator for more than 2 seconds.CAUSE: 1) The Digital Operator isn’t connected properly. 2) The Inverter’s control circuits are faulty. SOLUTION: 1) Disconnect the Digital Operator and then connect it again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF02 BB Circuit ErrBaseblock circuit errorCAUSE: 1) --- 2) The control circuit is damaged. SOLUTION: 1) Try turning the power supply off and on again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF03 EEPROM ErrorEEPROM errorCAUSE: 1) --- 2) The control circuit is damaged. SOLUTION: 1) Try turning the power supply off and on again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF04 Internal A/D ErrCPU internal A/D converter errorCAUSE: 1) --- 2) The control circuit is damaged. SOLUTION: 1) Try turning the power supply off and on again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF05 External A/D ErrCPU external A/D converter errorCAUSE: 1) --- 2) The control circuit is damaged. SOLUTION: 1) Try turning the power supply off and on again. 2) Replace the Inverter.
CPF06 Option ErrorOption Card connection errorCAUSE: 1) The Option Card is not connected properly. 2) The Inverter or Option Card is faulty. SOLUTION: 1) Turn off the power and insert the Card again. 2) Replace the faulty component.
CPF20 Option A/D ErrorOption Card A/D converter errorCAUSE: 1) The Option Card is not connected properly. 2) The Option Card’s A/D converter is faulty. SOLUTION: 1) Turn off the power and insert the Card again. 2) Replace the Option Card.
CPF21 Option CPU downTransmission Option Card self diagnostic errorCAUSE: 1) Option Card fault. SOLUTION: 1) Replace the Option Card.
CPF22 Option Type ErrTransmission Option Card model code errorCAUSE: 1) Option Card fault. SOLUTION: 1) Replace the Option Card.
CPF23 Option DPRAM ErrTransmission Option Card DPRAM errorCAUSE: 1) Option Card fault. SOLUTION: 1) Replace the Option Card.
DEV Speed DeviationExcessive Speed Deviation After the actual (motor) speed and the reference speed agree (depending on the setting of F1−04), the speed deviation changes so it is greater than the setting in F1-10 for longer than the setting in F−11.CAUSE: 1) The load is too heavy. 2) The acceleration time and deceleration time are too short. 3) The load is locked. 4) The settings in F1-10 and F1-11 aren’t appropriate. 5) --- SOLUTION: 1) Reduce the load. 2) Lengthen the acceleration time and deceleration time. 3) Check the mechanical system. 4) Check the settings in F1-10 and F1-11. 5) Check for open circuit when using brake (motor).
DEV (blinking) Speed DeviationExcessive Speed Deviation The speed deviation has been greater than the setting in F1-10 for longer than the setting in F1-11.CAUSE: 1) The load is too large. 2) The acceleration time and deceleration time are too short. 3) The load is locked. 4) The settings in F1-10 and F1-11 aren’t appropriate. SOLUTION: 1) Reduce the load. 2) Lengthen the acceleration time and deceleration time. 3) Check the mechanical system. 4) Check the settings in F1-10 and F1-11.
E-15 Si-F/G Com ErrSI-F/G Communications Error Detected A communications error occurred in a mode where run or a frequency reference is set from an Transmission Option Card and E-15 is set to continue operation.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Check the communications signals.
EF (blinking) External FaultForward/Reverse Run Commands Input Together Both the forward and reverse run commands have been ON for more than 0.5 s.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Check the sequence of the forward and reverse run commands. :Since the rotational direction is unknown, the motor will be decelerated to a stop when this minor fault occurs.
EF0 Opt External FltExternal fault input from Transmission Option Card.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) Check the Transmission Option Card and transmission signal.
EF0 Opt External FltSI-K2 External Error Detected An external error ware received from an Option Card when EF0 was set to continue operation.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Remove the cause of the external error
EF3 External Fault 3External fault (Input terminal 3)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF3 (blinking) External Fault 3External fault (Input terminal 3)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF4External fault (Input terminal 4)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF4 (blinking)External fault (Input terminal 4)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF5External fault (Input terminal 5)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF5 (blinking)External fault (Input terminal 5)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF6External fault (Input terminal 6)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF6 (blinking)External fault (Input terminal 6)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF7External fault (Input terminal 7)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF7 (blinking)External fault (Input terminal 7)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF8External fault (Input terminal 8)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
EF8 (blinking)External fault (Input terminal 8)CAUSE: 1) An “external fault” was input from a multi-function input. SOLUTION: 1) - Reset external fault inputs to the multi-function inputs. - Remove the cause of the external fault.
ERR EEPROM R/W ErrEEPROM write error
GF Ground FaultGround Fault The ground fault current at the Inverter output exceeded approximately 50% of the Inverter rated output currentCAUSE: 1) A ground fault occurred at the Inverter output. (A ground fault can be caused by motor burn damage, worn insulation, or a damaged cable.) SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause.
LF Output Pha LossOutput Open-phase An open-phase occurred at the Inverter output. This fault is detected when L8-07 is set to “Enabled.” CAUSE: 1) - There is a broken wire in the output cable. - There is a broken wire in the motor winding. - The output terminals are loose. 2) The motor being used has a capacity less than 5% of the Inverter’s maximum motor capacity. SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause. 2) Check the motor and Inverter capacity.
OC OvercurrentOvercurrent The Inverter output current exceeded the overcurrent detection level. (200% of rated current)CAUSE: 1) - A short-circuit or ground fault occurred at the Inverter output. (Ashort or ground fault can be caused by motor burn damage, worn insulation, or a damaged cable.) - The load is too large or the acceleration/deceleration time is too short. - A special-purpose motor or motor with a capacity too large for the Inverter is being used. - A magnetic switch was switched at the Inverter output. SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause.
OH (blinking) Heatsink Over tmpCooling Fin Overheating The temperature of the Inverter’s cooling fins exceeded the setting in L8-02.CAUSE: 1) The ambient temperature is too high. 2) There is a heat source nearby. 3) The Inverter cooling fan has stopped. SOLUTION: 1) Install a cooling unit. 2) Remove the heat source. 3) Replace the cooling fan. (Contact your Yaskawa representative.)
OH (OH1) Heatsink Over tmpCooling Fin Overheating The temperature of the Inverter’s cooling fins exceeded the setting in L8-02 or 105°C. OH: The temperature exceeded the setting in L8-02 (Stopping method can be changed by L8-03.). OH1: The temperature exceeded 105°C (Stopping method: Coast to stop).CAUSE: 1) The ambient temperature is too high. 2) There is a heat source nearby. 3) The Inverter’s cooling fan has stopped. SOLUTION: 1) Install a cooling unit. 2) Remove the heat source. 3) Replace the cooling fan. (Contact our sales representative.)
OH (OH1) Heatsink Over tmpInverter’s Cooling Fan Stopped (18.5 kW or larger) CAUSE: 1) The Inverter’s cooling fan has stopped. (18.5 kW or larger) SOLUTION: 1) Replace the cooling fan. (Contact our sales representative.)
OH2 (blinking) Over Heat 2Inverter Overheating Pre-alarm An OH2 alarm signal (Inverter overheating alarm signal) was input from a multi-function input.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) Clear the multi-function input’s overheating alarm input.
OL1 Motor OverloadedMotor Overload The motor overload protection function has operated based on the internal electronic thermal value.CAUSE: 1) The load is too heavy. The acceleration time, deceleration time, and cycle time are too short. 2) The V/f characteristics voltage is too high. 3) The motor’s rated current setting (E2-01) is incorrect. SOLUTION: 1) Check the size of the load and the length of the acceleration, deceleration, and cycle times. 2) Check the V/f characteristics. 3) Check the motor’s rated current setting (E2-01).
OL2 Inv OverloadedInverter Overload The Inverter overload protection function has operated based on the internal electronic thermal value.CAUSE: 1) The load is too heavy. The acceleration time, deceleration time and cycle time are too short. 2) The V/f characteristics voltage is too high. 3) The Inverter capacity is too low SOLUTION: 1) Check the size of the load and the length of the acceleration, deceleration, and cycle times. 2) Check the V/f characteristics. 3) Replace the Inverter with one that has a larger capacity.
OL3 Overtorque Det 1Overtorque 1 There has been a current greater than the setting in L6-02 for longer than the setting in L6-03.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) - Make sure that the settings in L6-02 and L6-03 are appropriate. - Check the mechanical system and correct the cause of the overtorque.
OL3 (blinking) Overtorque Det 1Overtorque 1 There has been a current greater than the setting in L6-02 for longer than the setting in L6-03.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) - Make sure that the settings in L6-02 and L6-03 are appropriate. - Check the mechanical system and correct the cause of the overtorque.
OL4 Overtorque det 2Overtorque 2 There has been a current greater than the setting in L6-05 for longer than the setting in L6-06.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) - Make sure that the current setting in L6-05 and time setting in L6-06 are appropriate. - Check the mechanical system and correct the cause of the overtorque.
OL4 (blinking) Overtorque Det 2Overtorque 2 There has been a current greater than the setting in L6-05 for longer than the setting in L6-06.CAUSE: 1) −−− SOLUTION: 1) - Make sure that the current setting in L6-05 and time setting in L6-06 are appropriate. - Check the mechanical system and correct the cause of the overtorque.
OPE01 kVA SelectionIncorrect Inverter capacity setting
OPE02 LimitConstant setting range error
OPE03 TerminalMulti-function input selection error
OPE05 Sequence SelectOption Card selection error
OPE06 PG Opt MissingControl method selection error
OPE07 Analog SelectionMulti-function analog input selection error
OPE08 Elevator TableConstant selection error
OPE10 V/f Ptrn SettingV/f data setting error
OPE11 CarrFrg/On-DelayConstant setting error
OPR Oper DisconnectOperator Connection Fault The Operator was disconnected during operation started by a run command from the Operator.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) Check the Operator connection.
OS Over speedOverspeed The speed has been greater than the setting in F1-08 for longer than the setting in F1-09.CAUSE: 1) Overshooting/Undershooting are occurring. 2) The reference speed is too high. 3) The settings in F1-08 and F1-09 aren’t appropriate. SOLUTION: 1) Adjust the gain again. 2) Check the reference circuit and reference gain. 3) Check the settings in F1-08 and F1-09.
OS (blinking) Over speedOverspeed The speed has been greater than the setting in F1-08 for longer than the setting in F1-09.CAUSE: 1) Overshooting/undershooting are occurring. 2) The reference speed is too high. 3) The settings in F1-08 and F1-09 aren’t appropriate. SOLUTION: 1) Adjust the gain again. 2) Check the reference circuit and reference gain. 3) Check the settings in F1-08 and F1-09.
OV OvervoltageMain Circuit Overvoltage The main circuit DC voltage exceeded the overvoltage detection level. 200 V class: Approx. 406 V 400 V class: Approx. 812 VCAUSE: 1) The deceleration time is too short and the regenerative energy from the motor is too large. 2) The power supply voltage is too high. SOLUTION: 1) Increase the deceleration time or connect a braking resistor (or Braking Resistor Unit). 2) Decrease the voltage so it’s within specifications.
OV (blinking) OvervoltageMain Circuit Overvoltage The main circuit DC voltage exceeded the overvoltage detection level. 200 V class: Approx. 406 V 400 V class: Approx. 812 VCAUSE: 1) The power supply voltage is too high. SOLUTION: 1) Decrease the voltage so it’s within specifications.
PF Input Pha LossMain Circuit Voltage Fault The main circuit DC voltage oscillates unusually (not when regenerating). This fault is detected when L8-05 is set to “Enabled.”CAUSE: 1) - An open-phase occurred in the input power supply. - A momentary power loss occurred. - The wiring terminals for the input power supply are loose. - The voltage fluctuations in the input power supply are too large. - The voltage balance between phases is bad. SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause.
PGO PG openPG Disconnection Detected PG pulses aren't being input due to the following conditions: The status has exceeded F1-14 time. Flux vector: Soft start output ≥ 2% Flux V/f: Soft start output ≥ E1-09CAUSE: 1) There is a break in the PG wiring. 2) The PG is wired incorrectly. 3) Power isn’t being supplied to the PG. 4) --- SOLUTION: 1) Fix the broken/disconnected wiring. 2) Fix the wiring. 3) Supply power to the PG properly. 4) Check for open circuit when using brake (motor).
PGO (blinking) PG openThe PG is disconnected. The Inverter is outputting a frequency, but PG pulses aren’t being inpuCAUSE: 1) There is a break in the PG wiring. 2) The PG is wired incorrectly. 3) Power isn’t being supplied to the PG. SOLUTION: 1) Fix the broken/disconnected wiring. 2) Fix the wiring. 3) Supply power to the PG properly.
PUF DC Bus Fuse OpenFuse Blown The fuse in the main circuit is blown.CAUSE: The output transistor has failed because of a short-circuit or ground fault at the Inverter output. Check whether there is a short-circuit between the following terminals. A short-circuit will damage the output transistor: B1 (¨3) ↔ U, V, W © ↔ U, V, W SOLUTION: 1) Replace the Inverter after correcting the cause.
RH Dyn Brk ResistorInstalled Braking Resistor Overheating The braking resistor is overheated and the protection function set with L8-01 has operated.CAUSE: 1) The deceleration time is too short and the regenerative energy from the motor is too large. SOLUTION: 1) - Reduce the load, increase the deceleration time, or reduce the motor speed. - Change to a Braking Resistor Unit.
RR Dyn Brk TransistrInternal Braking Transistor Fault The braking transistor is not operating properlyCAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) - Try turning the power supply off and on. - Replace the Inverter if the fault continues to occur.
SC Short CircuitLoad Short-circuit The Inverter output or load was short circuited.CAUSE: A short-circuit or ground fault occurred at the Inverter output. (A short or ground fault can be caused by motor burn damage, worn insulation, or a damaged cable.) SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause.
SVE Zero Servo FaultZero Servo Fault The rotation position moved during zero servo operation.CAUSE: 1) The torque limit is too small. 2) The load torque is too large. 3) --- SOLUTION: 1) Increase the limit. 2) Reduce the load torque. 3) Check for signal noise.
UV (blinking) DC Bus UndervoltMain Circuit Undervoltage The following conditions occurred when there was no Run signal. - The main circuit DC voltage was below the undervoltage detection level (L2-05). - The surge current limiting contactor opened. - The control power supply voltage when below the CUV level.CAUSE: 1) See causes for UV1, UV2, and UV3 faults. SOLUTION: 1) See corrective actions for UV1, UV2, and UV3 faults.
UV1 DC Bus UndervoltMain Circuit Undervoltage The main circuit DC voltage is below the undervoltage detection level (L2-05). 200 V class: Approx. 190 V 400 V class: Approx. 380 VCAUSE: 1) - An open-phase occurred with the input power supply. - A momentary power loss occurred. - The wiring terminals for the input power supply are loose. - The voltage fluctuations in the input power supply are too large. SOLUTION: 1) Reset the fault after correcting its cause.
UV2 CTL PS UndervoltControl Power Fault The control power supply voltage dropped.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) - Try turning the power supply off and on. - Replace the Inverter if the fault continues to occur.
UV3 MC AnswerbackInrush Prevention Circuit Fault A fault occurred in the inrush prevention circuit.CAUSE: 1) --- SOLUTION: 1) - Try turning the power supply off and on. - Replace the Inverter if the fault continues to occur.
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