Another dead Quadra fire Castile

Buckshot721 Posted By Buckshot721, Feb 3, 2013 at 3:12 PM

  1. Buckshot721

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    I just finished reading the "castile 100% dead" thread. It's almost the exact same thing for me! At first the stove would not feed. Found a bad vac switch (the old square one) replaced it with the new type. Turned it on and it took right off. About 3 hours after the repair, heard a loud click and the stove shut down. Checked the feed tube snap disk . Not tripped, fuse was blown. Replaced fuse still no lights on box. Bought a new box set it in, stove took off burning nice! About 3 hours later heard another loud click and stove shut down again. This time the fuse did not blow, but I have no lights on the box. Checked the snap disk again, was not tripped. Checked the wiring nothing appears to be shorted or burned. Called the dealer, he said maybe a bad box? The metal heat sink was very hot to the touch when it shut down. Now what?
     
  2. DexterDay

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    Being a New member, I'll give you a "Bump" back up.

    Is this unit on a surge protector? Have you checked line voltage to the unit?
     
  3. Buckshot721

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    Did not have it on a surge for the 2nd box. Got power, been reading threw the past postings. Seems to me the control boxes arent the best in the world. The transformer on the last 2 boxes seem to have failed (brown and stinks). Maybe tomorrow i will try to pull the assembly the control box sits on. Look for fried wires or something.
     
  4. tjnamtiw

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    Damn!!! All these Castiles biting the dust is starting to make me look at mine and wondering where I put the 'holy water'...... sheeet. That's the second guy that heard a SNAP.
     
  5. Buckshot721

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    Got the stove pulled apart now, checked every inch of wiring. Nothing, maybe thinking a motor is going south?
     

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