Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Brivis ducted heater that will not start. The pilot light is on, but I just cant get it to start. The problem seems to be coming from the outside unit which is making a continious clicking sound from the control unit. I have changed the batteries in the inside controller and turned the power on and off to the outside unit. These things did not help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
that s correct the control is done by the thermostat stop the heating up to your set point and restart if the medium temp is under the set point
if this sequence fail means
- no power to the control element or is defective
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
The heating system has a number of burners which must ignite as soon as the heater starts. When one or more burners does not fully or partially start properly, unburnt gas fed to that burner accumulates in a small pocket until is is eventually ignited causing a small explosion. This condition is caused by restricted/blocked burner jets. The gas jets are small and easily fouled by spider nests or other items sucked into the system. You will need to have the heater serviced by a qualified gas plumber.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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
When it comes to error 62 resetting the unit probably won't work. Because the NG1/lo is INSIDE the heater it is subject to significant hot / cold temperature fluctuations - causing crystallisation in soldered joints on the PC board and a loss of electrical continuity.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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