Bonaire is an Australian manufacturer of remote-controlled home heating and cooling systems. Each of its systems uses a hand-held remote control for programming and troubleshooting. As with any wireless device, interference and controls from a nearby unit can cause the system to work improperly. The remedy is to reset the Bonaire comfort control user four-digit code. The Bonaire comfort system also locks out the unit during a fault sequence and displays "Reset" on the controller. This helps protect the system during power surges and other minor electrical faults.
Turn the power switch on your Bonaire Comfort system "Off" and immediately turn it back to the "On" position.
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Press and hold the "Heat/Cool/Fresh Air" and the "Off" button at the same time. Release the buttons when "Set Code" and your four digits appear on the display screen.
Change each digit using the directional keys below the power button. Press "Enter" after you change a digit to progress to the next digit. After all four digits are entered, the word "Code" will flash.
Wait 15 seconds and the word "Code" stops flashing. The unit is now ready for operation.
Press and release the "Set/Time" button and the "Enter" button at the same time, if the display reads "Reset."
Kenneth Crawford is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. His work has appeared in both print and online publications, including "The American Chronicle." Crawford holds an associate degree in business administration from Commonwealth College.