Originally Posted by wjboswell
Went out about 5:30 this morning after leaving it plugged in overnight and it was at 57. By 7:00 it was at 54 so it seems to be working fine (fingers crossed).
Called Dometic and they really didn't have an idea except to say it was a communication problem between the lower board and one of the two upper boards. Their suggestion was to take it to the dealer for a board replacement.
Thanks to everyone for the assistance.
The e0 fault is generally caused by a loose wire, creating a 'communication' problem between the boards. The trick is to determine where the loose wire is, or finding the offending board that has failed.
You 'might' want find it by removing the upper eyebrow that conceals the upper boards and check and jiggle the connectors and look for a stray wire. It is far easier to get to the board at the rear to do this.
If you're not comfy with this, find a qualified
Dometic service center to do it for you.....they don't have to be an Airstream dealer.