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Display on my Brivis LCD panel is missing half the text.

I noticed on my LCD display that the text that appears on the panel does not appear correctly. Basically the top half of all words, numbers etc. have been chopped. The heater appears to be working ok, but not sure if there is an underlying issue.

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There could be a problem with the LCD display or the PCB of the control. If it doesn't bother you, I wouldn't have it fixed, but if it does I would. Generally the text/numbers displays the time and the room and set temperatures. It also shows messages about the heater. i.e. "Pre heating heater furnace - Please wait!" This display is not really important.
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