Do you have an Eversolar Solar Inverter DC INJ High Error Message Issue?
An Eversolar Solar Inverter DC INJ High Error Message is one of the problems that Eversolar brand owners commonly experience.
If your inverter is coming up with this error, it means that the inverter has detected that there’s DC injected into the AC side of the inverter which results to a level which is too high. It is an internal fault of the inverter so when it senses this fault, the inverter shuts it down to stop any DC power from the solar panels going into the grid.
With this issue it will automatically try to reboot and go through a start-up procedure to see if the error is cleared or not. If it doesn’t, the red fault light will also turn on and then will try to reconnect again. If the issue persists, you should act on it ASAP.
What can you do about an Eversolar Solar Inverter DC INJ High Error Message?
Check if your Eversolar solar inverter is still within the 5-year warranty from the installation date so a warranty claim can be made on the inverter. To make a warranty claim you will need to provide proof of purchase in the form of a tax invoice or Certificate of Compliance from when it was originally installed along with the model and serial numbers found on the side of the inverter.
If it’s outside warranty, the best option is to replace the inverter with a new model which will cost more now but will actually save you more money in the long run.
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