Is your Sharp JH1600E inverter no longer working? Has it developed a d-21 fault?
What is a d-21 fault?
This is caused by excessive voltage transients on the input or output of the inverter. It is highly likely that an external factor such as lightning or a power surge on the grid caused the issue.
Will my warranty or household insurance policy cover a d-21 fault?
If it is clear that you inverter is suffering from a d-21 fault, it will not be covered by Sharp’s warranty. Extraneous events like lightning strikes and power surges are rarely covered under warranty. However, you may be able to make a claim on your home insurance policy. You will need to check directly with your insurer.
What’s the best way of resolving a d-21 fault?
The simplest way to replace your faulty Sharp inverter is to arrange an inverter health check with Solargain. One of our qualified technicians can inspect your system, confirm if a d-21 fault is occurring and, if so, can install a replacement unit, all in the one visit. We recommend replacing this particular model with a 1.5kW solar power inverter. The Fronius Galvo 1.5 is a great choice as it is covered by an excellent warranty and is a similar capacity to the Sharp JH1600.
If you would like to make a claim on your home insurance policy, we can also walk you through the process. You may like to consider upgrading your unit to a larger inverter to achieve greater energy output from your solar power system. Contact us online today to arrange your solar inverter health check or speak with one of our friendly customer service representatives by calling 1300 73 93 55.