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    Default Brivis NC-3 Networker

    I wish to move the location of my Brivis NC-3 Networker but I'm not sure how its been affixed and do not want to break it.

    Does anyone know how this is mounted / removed?

    Thanks Bassmann
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    I have the NC-1 network controller, but I expect yours will be attached in a similar fashion.
    • Just twist a flat blade screwdriver in the slot at the bottom and it will pop the little plastic catches at the sides.
    • Then move the controller up slightly to clear the top restraints. (These do not pop free, but the whole thing pivots around them).


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    The locking clips for these are on the side. A gentle pull or help from a flat blade along the side should see it pop off.

    If moving, make sure the heater is unplugged before disconnecting the wires at the thermostat.

    Krico

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