woke up the other morning finding the stove burning down with no power! i say to myself, what the heck is going on here? no lights lit up, mmm. unplug & replug stove and same result. check fuse and it's burnt out. replaced fuse and all is well. going out of town for the weekend so i turn stove off and i let it cool down. i get back from my trip out of town to find the stove down again with no lights, mmm. burnt fuse again so i get dirty and dive into the stove for diagnostic search. i found the combustion blower is making a squealing sound so i sprayed some penetrating oil around the seal behind the exhaust fan to see if it helps any. no, squeal is still there? i spray at the motor to shaft area and the squeal went away this time, mmm out loud! at the same time i was doing a wattage check and it was about 80 watts on combustion fan only before oiling and around 68 watts after. combustion fan and distribution fan together i get 100 watts and when the feeder kicks in i get 130 watts. it has been a hour since the stove has been running and the wattage has changed to 116 watts and 146 watts, an increased of 16 watts for now. i gather the combustion fan is on it way out. anything else i need to check or do or do i just order another combustion fan(hopefully it's the culprit)?