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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you...don't know who Steve Tate is but will definitely look into Ignition Box replacement."
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min firepot - do a neg 3 to neg 5 flame/height try running on auto
try mixing with a small amt of wheat - set to utility setting (regardless of premium brands)
pull thermocouple off and put back on - might need a new one but the upgraded firepot that comes with a new element might be all that's needed as an upgrade
Reasons to upgrade: The upgrade to the bottom of the pot to the element is much bigger. There is also a large opening at the bottom of the element mount to aide in air flow upward to the pellets
Upgrading the firepot that comes with a new element - be careful of the TC Sensor cable - use plenty PB Blaster (wd-40? White lightning?) - slowly rock bolts back and forth - don't break the bolts!
Remove old cover around TC sensor and replace with a new TC Sensor ceramic cover from Preston Trading Post - might help
If the thermocouple is heated and produces millivolts, it's good. If it has continuity it is good. - make sure conections are pushed inside well enough on the pins.
You can test the board. Unplug stove. Then pull the firepot T-couple connector off the board, making sure which direction it sat. Then install a jumper wire on the exposed pins. Make sure it is clips with plastic covers that won't ground out. After installing the jumper wire, plug the stove in and check the wall control. If the error code for the firepot t-couple goes away, the control board is good. If the code pops up again, the board is bad.
jump the thermocouple connector pins on the control board, plug the stove back in -should be no error codes - tweaking the pins on the control board for a better connection - sometimes works
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Posted on Nov 28, 2015
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