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Brivis me20e fan speed adjustable?

I have a Brivis ME20e and cannot fint info on changing the heating fan speed. my unit just pushes a tiny bit of air and I want to know if it can be adjusted. thanks

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All u do is turn the wall controller to the off position. then press the clock button then hold buttons 2 and 4 down at the same time. let it load for 10 sec then turn the knob all the way untill it sais 1500 that is max fan speed then push the off on button to exit it. dont adjust any other values in here tho just the first one

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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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Error 35hi means faulty heating/temperature sensor ( thermistor) in the ducting that needs to be replaced by a Brivis technician. A technician will cost call out (including all labour) + the cost of the part.---------------- The Thermister is in the supply air duct generally about 1-2m from the heater, with wire going back to heater which plugs into the underside of the gray control box. ----------- To get the part and replace it yourself.Its time consuming and it requires proper fitting and proper connection. To order the part, click the link below:--- http://www.brivis.com.au/content.cfm?content=97 ------------- To call brivis technician to replace the part.Please click the link below:---- http://www.brivis.com.au/content.cfm?content=37 ----------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.'

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