How do you reset ducted heating?

If you find that your system has gone into a fault scenario or requires resetting for some reason, you may be dealing with a failed component, installation issues, or a range of other possible problems. Before attempting to reset your unit, check to see if it is offering a fault code or other information on the screen, as this can be helpful should you have to report a service request or research the issue further.

It is important to note that resetting your unit will not always solve the issue, but it is an excellent first step. If there has been an interruption within the system, the restart may rectify this. If the problem has been caused by something more severe, like a failed component, the unit will likely fault again and require a technician.

To reset the unit via wall control, turn the control OFF at the control, wait for thirty seconds, then turn the control ON. If there is no persisting problem, your unit should restart and work fine. If the issue persists, it's time to call a service technician to assess the components.


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