Following on from my popular Corona Inverter heater error codes page, I have decided to add a similar page dedicated to translating the Zibro Inverter Heater error codes. Zibro Heaters, work in a similar manner as the Corona Heaters, and in the event of a failure with a component or the operating environment then the Zibro Inverter Heater will shut down and display an error code on the built in digital display.
The Zibro Inverter Heater Error Codes are listed below
E-0 = Temperature within the heater too high
F-0 = Power Interrupted during operation
E-1 = Faulty Thermostat
F-1 = Faulty Burner Thermistor (Flame Rod / Flame Sensor)
E-2 = Starting Problems (an Error / Faulty Component has been detected during the start up phase)
E-5 = Tip Over Protection Triggered (Heater has been knocked, tipped over or is on an uneven surface)
E-6 = Poor Burning / Poor Combustion
E-7 = Room Temperature has exceeded 32c (may also indicate a faulty room temperature sensor)
E-8 = Defective Booster
E-9 = Air Filter or Fuel Filter clogged or dirty
In addition, the display blinking –:– and flashing “Vent” indicates that there is too little ventilation in the room. Open a window slightly.
Several of these Zibro Error codes, advise you to contact your Zibro Heater dealer for servicing and repair if they should appear, however this can prove to be very expensive, especially if they nearest Zibro Distributor is many miles away or in a different Country. Unlike Gas or LPG heaters, Servicing a Zibro Heater yourself is perfectly legal in most Countries and can easily be done with care by most competent people with basic DIY skills, and spare parts for these heaters are available from several European Distributors.
Although some parts inside the Zibro Heater are different to the Corona the general strip down and cleaning procedure / advice is the same, and so my Servicing a Corona Heater page and video may be helpful. Often a good clean can solve many error codes, and basic servicing at the end of every winter is advised and encouraged on any Inverter heater.
In addition, the Zibro Heater Service Manual is available to download below, this workshop manual shows the servicing procedure in more detail as well as how to get access to, and replace the various parts inside the heater. This Service Manual covers several popular models, but the procedure should be the same for other Zibro heater models which are not listed.
Click Here to download the Zibro Heater Service Manual