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I have a kozi 100 pellet stove and the fan comes on and then goes right out . Not giving any heat. What can I do

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Harman pellet stove blower not coming on. All lights are on and not blinking.

well im not sure why a pellet stove question is here in the pool section , but I do own a pellet stove (and a few pools too) SO I can offer one thing to look for , there is a small switch on the side of your burn chamber (soup can looking thing) this switch is what controls your fan to come on . it works by sensing heat from burn chamber and then turning power on to fan , its possible this isn't passing any power on yours ?

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Alternative Heating Pellet Stoves and Pellet Inserts

Pellet stoves usually use wood pellets as their primary heat source. A pellet stove is defined as a stove that burns either compressed wood or biomass pellets to make heat to warm a home or other space.

Pellet stoves come as either free-standing units or fireplace pellet inserts which can be vented into an existing chimney. As an insert, you are able to replace your wood burning stove with this efficient and cost effect stove. Inserts also give the homeowner more of the look of a fireplace than that of a pellet stove. Pellet inserts can also be a great alternative for people who have busy lifestyles and are looking to get the beauty of a fire but prefer a cleaner burning renewable heat source.

Pellet stoves are freestanding structures that can give you the feeling that an old pot bellied stove did, tucked into a corner of a living room, den, or kitchen. Either the pellet inserts or freestanding stoves are a great alternative heating solution for keeping a house warm during the winter.

Many stove manufacturers recommend the using a corn and pellet mixture, but some are UL listed for many fuels other than pellets. These can include wheat, corn, sunflower seeds, and cherry pits.

Pellet stoves are a bit more efficient, burn cleaner, and are easier to use than conventional wood burning stoves. Pellet stoves often look very similar to wood stoves or fireplace inserts, however the similarities end there.

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Recently received a Kozy World 20-6030 thermostatic controlled blower for my Natural Gas Bainbridge, vent free gas stove, GSD 3033. I installed but does not turn on. Installed as per instructions and

did you receive a heat disk along with the blower?
once the combustion chamber heats up enough, the heat sensor will then close, allowing the fan to come on

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Kozi pellet stove wont lite keeps blowing fuse

If your Kozi pellet stove has an igniter (located in a steel tube under the fire pot), check to make sure the igniter isn't shorted out (dead short).

I recently purchased a used Kozi 100XL that had an igniter that was bad. I also found that, prior to me buying the stove, the old igniter had been twisted inside its steel tube under the fire pot bringing its two wires at the end of the igniter together. These touching wires likely were throwing circuit breakers for the previous owner of the stove but, by the time I bought the unit, this had resulted in a burned wire at the fan thermal switch where one of the igniter wires connects. After repairing the burned wire, I plugged the stove back in and a house circuit breaker was thrown. A new igniter repaired the problem.

BTW, Kozi has a better than excellent online customer service who will likely walk you through any problems with your stove. They did for me even though they knew my stove had been purchased used.

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Our napoleon stove barely heats the room it is in and it is new first year used,,

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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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?

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