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I have a Delonghi type Venice fireplace serial no 52013. Normally it has a nice flicker which goes up the back of the fire place and looks like a normal fire. Today the gentle flicker has turned to a very constant very fast flicker from the bulbs and no gentle flicker that goes up the back to look like a normal fire. I was told it might be the circuit board. Could you give me some advice or let me know someone that might be able to fix it please.

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Did you fix it as I have a Delonghi Venice electric fire which has just stopped working for no reason? There is electricity going to the circuit board but nothibg is working. Could this be a faulty remote control?

Posted on Nov 08, 2015

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YOU COULD EITHER HAVE A THERMOSTAT PROBLEM OR FAN CONTROL PROBLEM.TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE FURNACE AND TAKE THE THERMOSTAT OFF THE WALL.MAKE SURE YOU MARK THE WIRES SO YOU KNOW HOW TO HOOK IT BACK UP AGAIN.RESTORE POWER TO THE FURNACE.TOUCH THE WIRES THAT WERE HOOKED TO THE R & G TERMINALS ON THE T-STAT TOGETHER AND HOLD THEM THERE.OBSERVE THE OPERATION. WHEN YOU TAKE THEM APART DOES THE BLOWER STOP?TRY IT A FEW TIMES. IF IT CONTINUES TO START AND STOP YOU GOT A BAD T-STAT.JEFF

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SOURCE: hello i have proble with air conditioner and heater is a split system unit

What its telling you is that there is an outdoor "thermostat" that senses the outdoor temperature.
The system has found a failure on this area.

It is telling you to check the sensor to see if its actually the sensor thats bad, or something else.

Then its telling you to check the wiring and connection of the sensor to the control board for any loose wiring or broken connections, and to repair it if so.

It then says if niether of those two checks reveal any problems that the problem is the board itself and it should be replaced.

To answer the question, resetting it probably will not work.
There is a small chance that due to power surge, flickering lights, or just a fluke one time glitch that there is nothing rally wrong and resetting would work.
95% chance that is not so.

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you have no damper, it was removed to put gas unit in. chcek batteries in remore and in RECEIVER, receiver is usually forgot about it is insdie the bottom door more than likely, the fan only comes on when unit is up to temp, it has a heat sensor on bottom of unit, check wires on a gas valve for remore receiver as well, usually go on top and bottom screws

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