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I have a busy 42 hi on my brivis heater

I have a brivis heater system and it is saying BUSY 42 HI. Which i'm sure some brivis tech would know what was wrong with it right away. It will cost over $200 to fix and I do not have the money. Was wondering if anyone has fixed this themselves or if it is even fixale????

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Have you seen this Instructions Manual which explains some of the actions to check the system.

Have you checked that the gas supply to your premises is working well. You will have to confirm there is no air in the system which is preventing the pilot from re-igniting.

Depending on where you live in Melbourne you can find a local repair technician who can help. Try the local newspaper classifieds. For the north & west try this mob. You can also try Service Central and post the job.

Hope the unit works soon. It must be awful not to have heating in winter.

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SOURCE: brivis central heating problem code ''busy 40 H1

Hi, i recently had the same problem with mine and found that the inside adapter was unplugged. I plugged it back in and all is working find, so if anyone has the "Busy Hi 40" message on the control box the check the adapter :)

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