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iamsammajor

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#261318 20-Nov-2019 19:02
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hi guys,

 

 

 

I had the 1st powercut in my area, and the HRV panel didnt turn itself back on when the powercut finished.

 

The panel itself doesnt have any buttons. does anyone know how could I turn it back on? attached below is the control panel.

 

 

 

 

cheers,

 

Sam


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LennonNZ
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  #2358192 20-Nov-2019 20:31
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Go to your fuse box and check the breakers?

 

 

 

 


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  #2358193 20-Nov-2019 20:34
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LennonNZ:

Go to your fuse box and check the breakers?


 


 



Did that, all switches are with on position, if fuss issue, switch won’t be able to turn on? Is it correct?

 
 
 
 


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  #2358223 20-Nov-2019 20:51
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Can't really help

 

 

 

According to https://www.hrv.co.nz/content/images/uploads/2019/04/HRV-Manual-Touchscreen-Mode.pdf

 

 

 

The looks like the first one and maybe the screen is off unless you press the power switch on the top left of the touch screen?

 

 

 

 


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  #2358226 20-Nov-2019 21:03
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Reading a few posts the screen may turn back on in 8 hours from when it got power again automatically unless you can find how to turn it on manually..


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  #2358233 20-Nov-2019 21:23
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LennonNZ:

Reading a few posts the screen may turn back on in 8 hours from when it got power again automatically unless you can find how to turn it on manually..



Thank you so much for your help, I was reading that post as well, I will wait and see whether it will turn back on.


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  #2358372 21-Nov-2019 07:30
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tired waiting for 8 hours, still no sign of the panel turn off ;(

 

looked at the fan unit, there is no switch on the unit itself, one power cable and one appear to be network cable.

 

made sure all the cables are connected firmly and tried connecting different power socket, no difference.

 

 


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