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Pellet stove Sunrise Simplicity pellet stove has power to it, switch board has power to it, I turn it to on, and nothing.. I wired directly to motors to see if they were good, both run fine.. I have watched the start up video and still have no luck. Please help ..

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WHAT DOES ER2 CODE MEAN ON PELLET STOVE


Which pellet stove do you have? A lot of pellet stoves have a part inside called a Draft Flow Switch the size of your palm and hook to the Draft Flow Switch is a Draft silicone hose and this will get clogged with debris you will need to look at your diagram to see if you have that on your stove. If you do you will need to "gingerly take off the hose and blow through it. and re connected to the draft flow Switch. After sometime the hoses become brittle. Another thing to look at is the exhaust at the back of the stove cleaned out and you are getting your pellet stove cleaned out by a chimney sweep.

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Pellet stoves come as either free-standing units or fireplace pellet inserts which can be vented into an existing chimney. As an insert, you are able to replace your wood burning stove with this efficient and cost effect stove. Inserts also give the homeowner more of the look of a fireplace than that of a pellet stove. Pellet inserts can also be a great alternative for people who have busy lifestyles and are looking to get the beauty of a fire but prefer a cleaner burning renewable heat source.

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vacuum switch helps all to work and power supply if more than 2 bends in the exhaust can b a problem to there is a intake air lever on the back of some that allow more or less vac pressure in to the chamber auger will not turn if door is open to create the vacume

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The auger is not turning to fill the burn pot with pellets. Can hear the motor run but it will not turn it.


Have you recently changed the brand of pellets form what you have used in the past? If so, please understand that no two wood pellet manufacturers make their pellets the same way. If this is the case, you will have to retweak your stove to that brand of pellets you're now using. Also, check the auger to make sure it's not jammed and that auger shaft is properly fitted into the auger drive motor coupling..

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I have the same problem that bethanypitha has...the auger won't regulate the amount of pellets it spits out and they back up...even though the feed is turned all they way down


If you changed the brand of pellets that you normally had used, that may be the problem. Unfortunately, no two pellet manufacturers make their pellets the same way and the exact same size. You will need to tweek your stove to that brand of pellets. If you have your Owners Manual, look under Trouble Shooting and you'll probably find the answer. If not, contact the manufacturer of your pellet stove for more information.

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The buzzing is possibly your exhaust/combustion blower. This blower is the fan sound you hear as the stove starts up. If you ARE hearing a NORMAL fan sound, then the buzzing could be the auger motor. Do you have a Foxfire with an igniter? This tells me the series of model you have and what control system it uses.

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