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Advantage Combustion Fan Temp

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by ggrantly, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. ggrantly

    ggrantly New Member

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    Hello Listers,

    Recently I joined Hearth.com and was assisted trouble shooting some strange behavior on my Advantage II combustion issues. Maybe someone knows the answer to this:

    I have bypassed the control board and have the combustion fan running direct to an AC outlet with fuse. The current draw is a consistant 0.9 amps measured with my fluke meter. The motor functions fine but the case gets pretty hot, probably 140deg/f. I can touch it without burning my fingers, but it is uncomfortable.

    When the stove is running, how hot does the case of the combustion motor get?

    Thanks in advance,
    Grant

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