Question about Heating & Cooling
I don' t know if you would call this a tech problem but here goes and good luck.
I have a brivis climate system in my house. I have only lived here for just over a year and am still familiarizing myself with the 'seasonal' equip.
There is a message coming up on the little lcd screen (a switchboard kinda thingy attached to the lounge room wall) and it says error service. Now, of course I do not wish to muck around with any 'warning' signs but I think there may have been a few wrong buttons pushed when I was experiencing frustration and hypothermia because I couldn't get the thing to blow some warm air... OR there may be a pilot that has blown out?
Well, maybe if you don't know, your mates brothers uncle might ???
PLEASE I am freezing and my toes are numbing.
The reason I haven't called a service guy yet is that I am broke and I didn't want to pay someone 200 dollars to come out and light a pilot with a match (that he borrowed off me). If anyone has come across something like this before can they help me..
Thanking you (through chattering teeth)
Brivis Climate System Model EMS201XA Internal Serial No. 274167
These Brivis guys and girls are a rip-off. They are only out to take your money. Then can easily ask you to do just as mentioned above. And pronto all works in 3 minutes to be precise.
It is just the power supply reset required due to a fult being detected, either caused by a very low setting on the controller less than 16 degs. or a higher than 25 degs. setting causing overheating when the damper outlets are mostly closed.
So, put the power supply to heater off first, reset the heater panel, press the button again to shaow EMS on and then set the heater to the required temp. after turning on to the heating mode. That simple! That is if it is the error 71 HI.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
We had error #062 this morning. I tried calling Brivis but waited online for 40min before hanging up. Their manual doesn't list this code.
A bit of googling led me to a tip to reset the unit (powering down didn't help) - hit FN, then 1 to make the error message scroll, then hit 4 to reset. Worked for me!
Posted on May 18, 2010
I agree with Herr "FreezenHome"...Brivis Techs will fix the probelm in under a minute, borrow a pen and ask you what time it is so they can fill out their Docket.
If you've got a Networker reading "Err 61 HI" or similar, there is an (bloody incomplete) list of codes/causes here: Brivis Errors
A lot of the codes end with"...and a Service Technician to attend".
I've got a "Err 62 HI" and it's not even listed in their codes!
Posted on May 24, 2009
I just wanted to ask what it means if the error 71 HI starts to appear more frequently.
We had it maybe twice last year, but this year it keeps popping up evevy few days. Sometimes we can just reset it on the control panel on the wall, but often my hubby has to climb the ladder to get the the actual unit in the attic to reset it.
Is there something wrong going on with the unit? It's 12 yo and I start to worry about any home appliance once it gets past 10 yo mark.
Posted on Aug 19, 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
Agree with stustustu's fix - tried powering off unit didn't work. Hit Fn button then 1 waited till error message (#63) scrolled then hit the 4 button. Controller reset and all good. Hope this helps others with a 63 error...
Posted on May 08, 2015
Showing error 41, initially showed me different errors, after switching off and reseting this, Im getting this error. but I can hear the Fan sound and no heater. what to do now. any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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