Question about Heating & Cooling
My Brivis ducted heating system doesn't work. I sought and paid for technical support from Brivis to fix the problem. The unit however is still not working. I called Brivis again to notify that the system still doesn't work. The Brivis technical service then recommended that I replace the entire system with a new one. This system however is new and in good condition and I am not yet ready to pay for an entirely new system. I decided to check the system myself. As advised by the Brivis technical service, I opened the top cover of the heating system to check its display. The display showed the message "Secured". I held and pressed the module's round button. The display then showed the message "Enter PIN". I entered the numbers "1111" as advised by the owner's manual, but the display remained to show the message "Secured". Does anyone know how to bypass this problem? I need to reset the pin code of the heater module to continue but the module keeps displaying "Secured" whenever I try to enter the PIN code. Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the unit outside there is a button that says "push man. pull auto" if it is set to push man then the fan will go constantly.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
I had the exact same problem and called 1300brivis. They told me that the error means the thermister needs to be replaced. My unit is also out of warranty but they are still going to come out and fix it.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Have you seen this Instructions Manual which explains some of the actions to check the system.
Have you checked that the gas supply to your premises is working well. You will have to confirm there is no air in the system which is preventing the pilot from re-igniting.
Depending on where you live in Melbourne you can find a local repair technician who can help. Try the local newspaper classifieds. For the north & west try this mob. You can also try Service Central and post the job.
Hope the unit works soon. It must be awful not to have heating in winter.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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Error Code 63,56,70 and 71 intermittent is caused by either of the following: 1. A very low setting on the controller less than 16 degs. 2. Or a higher than 25 degs. setting causing overheating when the damper outlets are mostly closed.
The power supply needs to be reset due to the fault being detected.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2011
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