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We had to replace the high and low limit switches on our Winrich Dynasty stove. Unfortunately we don't remember which goes where. One is on the back wall of the stove and the other is on the side my the motor. Does anyone have the same stove that can tell us which is which? Thanks
The Low Limit Switch, goes in the combustion fan housing. The High Limit Switch, goes in behind the Room Blower.
Here's a repair site for you to check out, in more depth. Hope this helps! http://www.butkus.org/whitfield_operate/whitfield-pellet-stove-low-limit.htm
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
Testimonial: "That is not for the same stove, I saw this page before. My stove has 4 switches. This information doesn't help. Thanks anyways."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: combustion fan isn't running
Ther is a guy names Murphy that it resposible for that. Go back through the steps you used to change the auger motor and see if maybe there was a wire left out or if the combustion motor is also out. What caused the outage? If a voltage spike, it could have taken them both out. The only other thing I can think of is a main switch somewhere. Good luck...Lee
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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
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