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Brand new stove shuts off after 12 minutes

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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.
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SOURCE: Smoky smell from Napoleon pellet stove.

it over fueling at low setting this is a comon problem and will do exsaclly what you have said

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 5510 king pellet stove exhaust problem?

Mine does the same thing too-what I do is shut it off and put it on again then it works fine.

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My stove keeps going out on E2 and shuts down why


The E-2 Error code indicates an automatic shutdown because the stove does not detect a fire. Check out Englander's troubleshooting guide to some of the causes.

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Warnock Hersey is not actually a manufacturer's brand, but a certification. You can find more info here: http://www.wood-stove.org/firebelly-stoves.html .
or you could try this link:


http://www.pelletking.com/pellet-stove-manuals/Whitfield-Advantage-IIT-Pellet-Stove-Manual.pdf


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Have a pellet stove that has been working perfect for years, then last night it shut itself off and when I opened door there was this black tar on everything inside and the windows were also black. I had...


Several of things come to mind: Have you changed the type (Brand) of pellets, recently?
Have you had your chimney (stack) cleaned in the past year? Is the fresh air intake functioning properly? Is the auger feeding to much or to little pellets?

Changing brand of pellets - Not all wood pellets are made the same. If you recently changed brands, you will need to tweak your stove to handle this new brand. This will affect how the auger feeds.

If you chimney (stack) hasn't been cleaned in the past 12 months, it may be partially clogged with creosote and not drawing properly and it is liquefying and running back down the chimney and not allowing for a clean burn. And could cause a chimney fire.

Fresh air intake: If that's not functioning properly, you're getting incomplete combustion. Which will cause the black tar looking substance you described. Couple that with changing brands of pellets and you have a problem.

The above are the first things that came to mind. I hope it steers you in the right direction to troubleshoot the problem. Please let me know.

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I purchases an elcipse pellet stove in 1990. It still works perfectly. I need to replace the insulation blocks for the side walls and also need a new ash pan. Do you know where i can purchase these items.


Elcipse was manufactured by Warnock Hersey, but was sold to St Croix. So, their parts may be interchangeable with your stove. Try Pellet Stove Parts.com and click on other brands for St Croix.

http://www.pelletstoveparts.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?

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Pellet stove makes a popping, clicking sound


First, have you recently changed the brand of pellets from what you have normally used in the past?
Not all pellet manufacturers make their pellets the same way and you may have to re-tweak your stove to match the current brand you're using.

Are there clinkers in floor of the stove's firebox? If so, they will need to be removed.

Does the popping and clicking sound like metal stress when the stove heats up? This could cause a crack in the firebox.

Also, check your vent piping to make sure there are no obstructions in it. This could cause incomplete combustion of the pellets (clinkers) and over heating.

And finally, check the door gasket material. If its worn, it won't seal properly, it will allow air in and Carbon Monoxide out. Replace the door gasket

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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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Try this....before starting the stove, place a handful of pellets into the burn pot. Start stove with feed rate about 2-3. Let the pellets ignite fully, then turn pellet rate to about 5, less then max. Let a good flame develop for 5 minutes or so, then turn on the fan. I set the fan at about 3-4 as advised by the tech. Reduce feed rate to about 4. I keep my damper on 2 1/2 to 3 to supply air intake. Napoleon is not the greatest stove, and I'm having an issue with mine after 3 years, but hopefully this helps. It will never give the heat of a wood stove, but get a strong fire going first, then tune it down after the room gets warm.

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Smoky smell from Napoleon pellet stove.


it over fueling at low setting this is a comon problem and will do exsaclly what you have said

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5510 king pellet stove exhaust problem?


Mine does the same thing too-what I do is shut it off and put it on again then it works fine.

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