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Wiring diagram for Brivis Gas Heater "Wombat 20" with Honeywell Ignition module-Continuous Retry

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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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SOURCE: brivis central heating fan will not switch off runs continuous

brivis wombat 2P 20 ducted heater, gas fires up but fan not starting
Any suggestions...???

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Brivis Wombat ducted heater:

This is most likely the thermocouple. Before you come to the conclusion you have to change it... make sure the mating area at the gas valve is clean. Disconnect the thermocouple mounting nut and clean both the end of the thermoouple and the area where the thermocouple is mated to the gas valve. Additionally make sure the flame passes over at least 1/4 inch or more of the thermocouple probe end. Reposition as necessary to make it rest in the flame. If you have to bend it... do so very slowly and carefully. It is better to bend the bracket vs the thermocuple if possible.

The would be rare but it is possible that you have a very good vent / flue for your heater and the wind is creating a venturi effect that causes too much flue air flow. Maybe 2 times in 40 years I have seen this. It took some careful modifications to the flue cap on the roof by riveting some extra metal pieces on to the cap. (trial and error for over an hour!!!) I seriously doubt this is your problem.
You either have a dirty thermocouple
Dirty thermocouple mating area
Inproperly positioned thermocouple
or.... of course the thermocouple is just slowly failing.

I do NOT think you have a gas valve problem at all.

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Posted on Jul 03, 2011

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SOURCE: Brivis gas heater - Wombat

Take fan apart - easy. Clean with WD40 and then oil with 3and1
Works on all fans.

Posted on Jul 19, 2011

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