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Trailblazer 1600 classic pellet stove

Does anyone know where I can find a manual for this unit?

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Re: Trailblazer 1600 classic pellet stove

If you still need the manual it is at
then look for attachments

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I really recommend going to this site to get some of your new pellet stove parts. We did that when we needed some new parts and they are so cheap and it saved us a ton of money. I would highly recommend getting your parts there first before anywhere else.

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I have 1 if you are still in need of 1 I need a control board for a trailblazer 1600

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What are the pros and cons of operating the Quadrafire Mt Vernon AE pellet stove in manual mode?

They probably cannot suggest running it on 'manual' due to liability reasons....leaving home for an extended time and forgetting its on manual...comes to mind.

What may be suggested is to make sure ANY and ALL safety controls still function to shut off fuel (pellet) flow in the manual mode as an extended overtemp condition is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of damage to a heating system or to the structure within which it is installed.

I think its a judgement call on your part once you determine you pretty well KNOW the full and complete operation of the device. The key to that statement is KNOWING WITHOUT A DOUBT the FULL operation of the system.

I also would NEVER recommend to a customer to operate it in the manual position.

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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.

If you are considering burning alternative fuels then you will want to look into a pellet stove as a great way to heat your home. Pellet stoves and pellet insets have many great advantages over regular wood stoves that make them a practical heat for busy lifestyles.

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Which pellet stove do you have? A lot of pellet stoves have a part inside called a Draft Flow Switch the size of your palm and hook to the Draft Flow Switch is a Draft silicone hose and this will get clogged with debris you will need to look at your diagram to see if you have that on your stove. If you do you will need to "gingerly take off the hose and blow through it. and re connected to the draft flow Switch. After sometime the hoses become brittle. Another thing to look at is the exhaust at the back of the stove cleaned out and you are getting your pellet stove cleaned out by a chimney sweep.

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I have smoke coming out pellet ben up oger shoot i have trail blazer 1600 ps

Check the door seal. The gasket material probably needs replacing.

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I clean the stove as discribed in the tape i got w/ the unit. But, in about 8hrs. burn time , fire box is over full and feed tube is backed up. I have air wide open and lowest feed setting. Any ideas . If...

That is an old pellet stove. One problem may be that you have recently switched the type (Manufacturer) of pellets. Not all manufacturers make the pellets the same way. So you would have to re-tweek the auger feed an the air intake to the stove. If you no longer have your Owners Manual try searching Google for the Manufacturer and contact them for advice. But, I suspect that the model you have is no longer manufactured, as it does not meet the current EPA standards for emissions.

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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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the thing in the middle put it open up so that it get air use a screw to hold it wide open it will run all day and set th l h to 8 sec and it will work cherry i been mess with the stove for two years i just got it to work 3 weeks ago lol

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