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.
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.
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all u do is turn the wall controller to the off position. then press the clock button then hold buttons 2 and 4 down at the same time. let it load for 10 sec then turn the knob all the way untill it sais 1500 that is max fan speed then push the off on button to exit it. dont adjust any other values in here tho just the first one
My buffalo heater has just started doing the same thing about two hours ago, so will watch for any answers you get. My heater is over ten years old, maybe the heating element has "died"?
PLEASE can someone out there help us????????
if its between 1992-1999 it would be caused by the either the pilot not staying alight, or a faulty gas valve not opening,
These models start the fan on a time delay not tempreture so you will only get cold air circulating and when the thermostat is off the fan will stop.
(All models) if the fan is running regardless of the thermostat position an over heat sensor is faulty.
Hello, We have Brivis Me20 gas ducted heating. It suddenly stopped working and gives error #60. Sometimes after pressing reset several times it fires up for a short period then fails again. Any ideas what might be wrong?
I have exactly the same problem. When I have the cover off there is a red light on, from what I can tell is the "Over Heat Fan" this seems to keep the fan on, and because it is in error prevents the system igniting. Haven't got a solution yet it only happened last night. Stu.
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.