Question about Broan-NuTone Heating & Cooling
My brivis heating/cooling system is not heating one part of the house. Five outlets are fine, but four outlets do not do anything.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: heater will work but cooling
It may just be the extreme heat and humidity causing the perception that the air is not cool. If it is the first extremely hot or humid day in the cooling season, it may take longer than usual for the air provided by your air conditioner to cool off your room or home. Give it longer than usual to get the air cooled. If your unit is baking in the hot sun, this can also cause it to take a longer period of time to get the air cooled. Give the unit at least 20 minutes and come back and check again.
Check the thermostat on your unit and make sure it is lower than the actual temperature in your house. To test this, put your thermostat about 10 degrees lower than the house temperature and see if the condenser kicks on and starts cooling off the air. For a programmable thermostat, make sure the batteries are not dead.
Clean your air filter. If the filter is clogging the air flow due to build up, then your unit is overworking. This will cause the air not to be as cool as the unit is capable of providing. Providing your air conditioning unit with a clean air filter will let it work to its capacity and you will get cool air.
Open the unit and check to see if ice has formed inside. Cool air will not be provided if your unit has frozen up. This happens when the unit is on for long periods of time during extreme hot and humid weather. Turn the unit off and leave it uncovered to defrost. You can help the defrosting process by using a hair blower, set on "Low," to melt the ice. Once the unit is defrosted, put the cover back on and try it again. The air should be cool. Guard against this happening again by turning the unit off periodically for an hour or so. The best time to turn the unit off is while you are sleeping during the night. The cool air will stay in the house until morning and you will not be overworking your air conditioning unit.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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