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Brivis Heater - Error Code #69

My Brivis HX23 Heater broke down this week.  H01 Code #69.  This code was not even listed in the User Manual!  Searching around the web and here is what I found:
  • Secret Reset: This is not in the User Manual.  On the networker controller press FUNCTION > 1 > 4 keys and the screen will go blank and come back on after 30 seconds, this has rebooted the main PCB and reset the fault code. Use this with caution as too much gas build up could cause an explosion. Use it only after the unit has enough time to air out the gas build up.
  • What is Code #69 or any other unpublished codes?  The best way to find out is to open up the heater unit.   There is a little LCD on the PCB showing what error exactly is. (Note: Opening up the unit may void your warranty.)
  • Code #69: This means a fuse blow.  Where is the fuse?  On HX23, there are two fuses.  After unscrewed some panels, I found out the one blow was F.2A/250VP.  I can easily purchase this at Jaycar for 40c.
I replaced it and it works!


  1. I have HX 30 model and yes had the same problem. I am on my way to by a new fuse.

  2. Hiya, I just had this same problem. And I fixed it for 40c.
    Firstly unplug. The hatch cover is on top. Read the little screen. Mine said blown fuse.
    Remove alum cover that has the spark picture on it. Remove the old style car fuse and take it to jaycar.
    Reverse this procedure and get warm! And pour yourself a beer!

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  4. I did the same and changed the fuse and it burnt out a connection on the circuit board. has anyone had that problem

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