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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The auger motor is fed through a high temp limit thermostat. It has to be manually reset if it activates but it could be causing your problem with a bad connection or intermittently bad. It deserves a look...
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
The auger motor is fed through a high temp. limit thermostat. It has a
manual reset on the back of it that you have to press on firmly to
reset it. Open the side panel on the stove and find the wiring. You
will see the thermostat on the back side of the combustion chamber.
Look very closely and reset it.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Is the auger light coming on to and dropping pellets into the burn pot? If the auger light is not coming on, you probably have an issue with the board controlling it. If the auger light is coming on, and pellets are dropping into the burn pot and it is still not lighting, then you have only a few other possible problems.
1. The air damper is not allowing enough air in, so pull the damper rod out 1/8" increments until it lights.
2. Your ignitor is faulty and not producing enough heat to light the stove. You can either contact a local dealer and get a replacement ignitor, or you can manually light the stove with a special firestarting gel made for pellete stoves. When you press the start button look into the burn pot. If the ignitor isn't bright orange, you aren't getting enough heat from it.
Hope this helps...good luck.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
If you cant find it through the manufacturer try matching the motor with grainger.com they have awesome electric motor tech support that can match it up. Make sure you get all the info off the motor before you call them. If you cant get anywhere with them you can email me the motor specs and I can further assist you.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
It may be working properly. If it seems that it's a little cool in the room and the blower is cycling like you say then the stove may be getting chilled. If this is the case then the low-temp switch is cutting the blower off.
If the room is quite hot there may be a problem with the blower. Check to see if it has a bunch of dust in it making it run hot and tripping the internal thermostat.
Please respond with the 'comment' button, down below the ads. I'm considering a pellet stove and I'd like to hear anything you have to say about yours.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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