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Brivis nc4 wall controller wont turn on

The wall controller starts then turns itself off. It now does not start at all. There are no messages or codes coming up when it was displaying.

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Hi,
I have an identical issue with my Brivis.
Did you get a solution?
Mine can be running, then goes blank and says searching. it will eventually come back.
Just wondering if you had to replace the 14100?

Cheers
James

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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