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Heat exchanger tube on quadra fire 1200 i

I have a quadra fire 1200 i pellet insert and one of the heat exchanger tubes has slid down, and out of position.

Is this something a home owner can repair? Access to the tube seems difficult and it is not obvious how the tube stays in place.

Can any one assist? Thanks!

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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.

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Sounds lie an Ignition Box problem. Quadra Fire recently redesigned their Ignition Boxes, so your may wan to replace yours. In addition, contact Quadra Fire Technical Service and speak to Steve Tate. He's a real guru when it comes to this problem. Don't settle for anyone else.

Hope this helps solve your problem.

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Testimonial: "Thank you...don't know who Steve Tate is but will definitely look into Ignition Box replacement."

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