I have a St Croix insert (York) that works fine for the first few minutes, but then it seems as though the auger stops feeding the burn pot. If I push the button on the side to manually feed, the auger turns and feeds pellets to the burn pot. Once I stop manually feeding, then it ceases to continue feeding, and the fire will eventually go out. I've emptied the hopper, and completely cleaned the stove and hopper.
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Cleaning the hopper, removing and replacing the auger and installing a new motor and ... Most pellet stoves do not have a removable auger cover, but you can see a ... youcan hear the motor attempting to spin the auger, turn off the auger and ...
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.