Resetting a Daikin heat pump: How to do it?

If you have an old-generation Daikin or a new-generation R32 Daikin such as the Altherma 3, in either case you may need to reset a fault, or reset the control unit to take into account the new parameters you have entered.

Here's how to do it depending on your situation:

Restart / reset Daikin heat pump after value change.

All you have to do is:

Go to the user profile using the left-hand scroll wheel

Enter the code 5678 for advanced user, then validate

Return to the Operation menu

Stop Heating + Storage Tank

Go to Installer Settings

Go to the configuration wizard

Validate that some parameters will be reset by default, with OK

Choice of language

Choice of date + time

Move with the left wheel and modify the values with the right wheel if necessary

Confirm OK when finished.

The system restarts and takes your changes into account.

Reset a Daikin heat pump fault

When the LED is red and a symbol is flashing :

Press the left navigation button once

Select "Fault": You will see the message and the error code.

More details by clicking on the question mark

To reset this fault, press enter + left button + choose Reset

Return to Home using the middle button

If the symbol no longer flashes, the fault has been reset, otherwise it is better to call in an installer.

You may have just cleaned the air conditioning filter and need to reset

In this case, the operation is simple: reset the filter symbol to restart. Remote control type BRC1E52A7.

Learn more about the Daikin heat pump:

Consumption of the Daikin 16kW heat pump

Daikin Altherma 3 16kW heat pump review

About the author

Juliena mechanical engineering graduate and specialist in climate engineering since 2009, has become a writer specializing in renewable energies, with expertise in heat pumps and photovoltaic solar panels for individual housing.