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Wiring my Ashton bay pellet stove to a programmable thermostat

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SOURCE: Trying to hook up a RTH2310B thermostat to a wood

Hey Brad432, this is what i did with the same RTH2310B thermostat and my harmon stove. You must have the heat sensor that plugs in the back of the stove to start with. Take your new wire from the stove to your thermostat, red to rh, white to one side of your sensor then other side of sensor to W on your thermostat. On your stove side set your room temp as high as it will go and let your programmable thermostat set the room temp. Works good for mine. Good Luck

Posted on Nov 22, 2010

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SOURCE: bought this at the Quadrafire pellet stove store

Use the terminals marked R and W on the thermostat for basic heat only thermostat function.

Posted on Nov 24, 2010

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SOURCE: have a pellet stove and

You will use thermostat wire and use the red and white wires. Terminals should be marked (R) this being red and(W) this would be the white. Follow the same way on the thermostat and this should do it for you. Good luck!

Posted on Dec 13, 2010

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Have a pellet stove and a thermostat can be hooked up to it. there are only a place for two wires. but i don`t know where to wire them on the thermostat rth2310b


You will use thermostat wire and use the red and white wires. Terminals should be marked (R) this being red and(W) this would be the white. Follow the same way on the thermostat and this should do it for you. Good luck!

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Trying to hook up a RTH2310B thermostat to a wood pellet stove with only two wires.. How do I know where to connect them too?


Hey Brad432, this is what i did with the same RTH2310B thermostat and my harmon stove. You must have the heat sensor that plugs in the back of the stove to start with. Take your new wire from the stove to your thermostat, red to rh, white to one side of your sensor then other side of sensor to W on your thermostat. On your stove side set your room temp as high as it will go and let your programmable thermostat set the room temp. Works good for mine. Good Luck

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We have a pellet stove -seems to be working ok except that we have a smell of smoke like that of having a fireplace. We think everything is sealed correctly. Any suggestions?


From what I have read on these things, never had one, but they have 2 fans, maybe one, plus an auger and thermostat. The one fan would **** fresh air in from the room to fuel the fire, while the other fan would blow the heat back out from a sealed area. The auger spins constantly, slow, dropping pellets on the fire determined by the thermostat. If this is right and relates to your stove, I can see where the smell of smoke would come from. The second fan is pulling in smoke from the fire. Check the gaskets in that area. I was wondering if it wasn't just the new stove smell you were getting?

Feb 23, 2010 | Napoleon Auburn Pellet Stove Heater

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Auger on pellet stove doesn't turn


The thermostat inside on the back of the combustion chamber has a manual rest that needs to be pushed and reset.

Jul 08, 2009 | Napoleon Auburn Pellet Stove Heater

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Purchased a used Earth stove mp240 pellet stove and the auger does not move. we are looking for a manual or information on this stove it is an older stove we just don't know how old. Thank You


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.
good luck!

Jun 10, 2009 | Napoleon Auburn Pellet Stove Heater

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