I have an englander stove (25-pdvc) made in 2000 and the motor on one of the auger gears went south on me. Confident it is only the motor as can still turn all the gears inside it fine and none of them look stripped (took it apart as out of warranty anyways). My question is how can i decipher all the garbly gook on websites that just sell the motor. Looking at the auger itself, and the motor on it, here is the information: MERKLE-KORFF IND. Model 4515UI-063 115V. 60 HZ. ZP (some type of logo after) Rated .48 amps S5867B 17800 (another type of logo. I have seen similar motors, just the motor, for between $20 and $50 depending on motor, instead of $100+ for the whole assembly. Not sure of link policy, so please alter as necessary, but this is where i located motors similar to mine: Code: http://www.cshincorporated.com/index.php/cPath/109_47_64 They also have the complete gearbox there but again, I want to try and avoid the whole gearbox route as it's not practical from a cost perspective. Or should I just stop by the local Grainger's on Monday to see if they have a motor that would fit and let them do all the figuring out for me? Any assistance would be appreciated!