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Try to unplug the unit for a full minute and then plug it back in if that E1 F6 comes back you have a board issue. Either the CCU controller is defective or the MCU(motor controller is bad) Typically the Motor controller will cause that issue. It burns out trips the breaker and then you get that code.
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You have to remove the MCU board and then remove it from the housing and inspect the board on the front and back for visible damage you will likely find a burned out spot. Then replace it. Here is a video to help