Having had several cold weeks of cold did not use the Harman in the garage but shut down with the dial switch. We got a resput and got above freezing and went into the garage at noon to grab sledge hammer and the stove had fired up and was a balmy 55. The stove was still as it had been when I switched it off some two weeks ago but the hopper was almost empty of course and the switch in the same off position. I flipped the switch on the surge strip to kill the stove as I should have in the first place. Anybody else have this happen? Or do I have a appliance gremlin here at the bottom of the valley? I had a newer maytag washer that came on all by itself a couple years ago too. Company thought I was maybe well a bit off by the way the tech was laughing. Its no joke at 2 am when something like this happens with what I do as it could have been severly leaded with something on Obamas list. The tech that was sent out was listening to my story while leaning on the machine when it started going into startup and the the guy almost had a heart attack. His comment was "this is not good". Replaced almost everything but the motor and pump. Would have been cheaper for Maytag to have sent a new machine. Liability problem to the max. Any other ideas other than get a new pot sap?