2008 Refurb Mt Vernon

turkeytricker Posted By turkeytricker, Sep 28, 2013 at 11:02 AM

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  1. turkeytricker

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    My pellet stove won't start consistently. It usually takes at least one reset. It is a 2008 refurbished Mt Vernon. Any ideas anyone
     
  2. Lousyweather

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    kneejerk? its dirty....or failing that, maybe you are missing something in your cleaning regimen?
     
  3. turkeytricker

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    We have this problem from the beginning. We havent even run a half a bag of pellets thru it. We have cleaned it according to the manual. It really wasn't dirty. Only little ash.
     
  4. Lousyweather

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    I don't have any real knowledge with the Quads (why would I? I sell HarmOn! ;) ), but I am sure someone here will chime in soon!
     
  5. jtakeman

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    Probably need to post a few details. What setting is the stat set on, Fuel mode and what are the feed levels. What pellets are you burning as well can't hurt adding to the list.

    Good bunch of quad owners that should pop in to help ya soon!
     
  6. imacman

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  7. smoke show

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    And why aren't they standing behind it?
     
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    The only time my quad did not lite was because I had the feed rate to low.
     
  9. hooter04

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    Is the ignitor brand new?Are all wires to control board on snug?
     
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