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Buffalo 85 fan not blowing

My buffalo Brivis 85 fan is not blowing and the burner also shutdown. Whenever we turn it on the burner burns but the fan would not blow, after a short period of time the burner would suddenly burn out. I think the eletric fan controller has an issue or the gas valve. Can somebody enlighten on this issue? Thanks

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Sounds like the fan is not working, can you isolate the fan and run it by itself with out the burned, this will tell you if it's the fan motor or some sensor that's the trouble

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SOURCE: Brivis Buffalo 85 ducted heating unit, fan is always on

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.

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SOURCE: Brivis Buffalo 85 central heating unit - fan stays on problem

I have exactly the same problem. When I have the cover off there is a red light on, from what I can tell is the "Over Heat Fan" this seems to keep the fan on, and because it is in error prevents the system igniting. Haven't got a solution yet it only happened last night. Stu.

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SOURCE: can an electronic ignition module be retrofitted to an old brivis buffalo 85 to eliminate the pilot light always burning??

no sorry not that simple

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