The Mira Advance shower is a popular choice, known for its reliability and advanced features. However, like any complex system, it may occasionally encounter faults or errors that require attention. Understanding the most common faults can help users troubleshoot and resolve issues efficiently.
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One of the most frequently encountered faults is the F1 code, indicating a lack of water flow. This may be caused by issues such as a closed isolation valve or a blockage in the water supply. Similarly, the F2 fault code signifies low flow, which can result from reduced water pressure or a clogged shower head.
Overheating is another common concern, indicated by the F3 fault code. This fault may occur due to various reasons, including a malfunctioning temperature sensor or an inadequate power supply. The F4 code specifically indicates a fault with the temperature sensor, which can result in inaccurate temperature readings or erratic behavior.
Solenoid valve and flow valve faults, represented by the F5 and F6 codes respectively, can lead to problems with water control and temperature regulation. These faults may require inspection and potential replacement of the affected valves.
Pump-related issues also feature among the common faults in the Mira Advance shower. The F7 code indicates a fault with the pump motor, while the F20 code signals a pump stall. These faults may result from motor malfunctions or blockages in the pump system.
It’s important to note that this is not an exhaustive list of faults, and other issues specific to individual models or unique circumstances may arise. In such cases, referring to the product manual or seeking assistance from Mira customer support is recommended for accurate diagnosis and resolution.
By familiarising themselves with these common faults, users of the Mira Advance shower can troubleshoot minor issues and potentially resolve them without the need for professional intervention, ensuring continued enjoyment of their showering experience.
Here’s a table showing some common fault codes for the Mira Advance shower:
|No water flow detected
|Low flow detected
|Temperature sensor fault
|Solenoid valve fault
|Flow valve fault
|Pump motor fault
|Power supply fault
|PCB (printed circuit board) fault
|Remote control fault
|Incompatible firmware version
|Temperature sensor fault (secondary unit)
|Water pressure sensor fault
|Flow sensor fault
|Pressure switch fault
|Flow switch fault
|Pump overrun fault
|Overheating detected (secondary unit)
|Pressure relief valve activated
|Temperature relief valve activated
|Inlet filter blocked
|Outlet filter blocked
|Hot and cold supply reversed
|Thermal cut-out activated
|Communication fault between units
|Insufficient water flow through secondary unit
|Cold supply fault (secondary unit)
|Warm-up mode fault
|Overtemperature fault (secondary unit)
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there may be additional fault codes specific to certain models or variations of the Mira Advance shower. If you encounter a fault code not listed here, it’s recommended to consult the product manual or contact Mira customer support for further assistance.