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Cannot start the Brivis heating device

The screen on the wall has several buttons incl "fan" at the top and three at bottom..Auto, Mode and Prog.
"Fan" starts the actual fan but with no heat emerging. Pressing the others makes no difference except "Prog" shows days  and time etc.

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I have been without heating for the past month since the fan motor in my ducted gas brivis heater filled the house with smoke.
The guy replaced the fan motor, and then it had the same symptoms as yours.
After a month of various tradesman trying to work it out, it has come down to the "thermal switch" within the unit.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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UTILITECH - Grounded in Quality

Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
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Instruction Manual & Warranty
Before using your timer please read the following instructions carefully.
FEATURES
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PROGRAMMING EVENTS
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2. Individual days of the week
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5. M,T,W,Th,F,S
6. M,W,F
7. T,Th,S
8. M,T,W
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS and
RATINGS
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AmerTac
Saddle River Executive Centre,
One Route 17 South, Saddle River, NJ 07458
800-777-0802
www.amertac.com
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