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I have a Kozi Bay Win Pellet stove that won't start or ignite. The fan and the feeder works. So what's my problem

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Sounds like your exhaust fan may be out also check heat probe that lights pellets the blinking lights on back of pellet stove are flashing indicators use this link for more http://www.kozistoves.com/Baywin.html

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