ef2 ignition upgrade

hot and toasty Posted By hot and toasty, Jun 21, 2013 at 3:51 PM

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  1. hot and toasty

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    my newly acquired used 2003 ef2 pellet insert has a cover where the ignition would go can this be done without to much rework there are also two wires that go nowhere a orange brown and a white one are they the factory wires if a ignightor was used?
     
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    Yup. Put it in there and hook it up to them. Cost of the igniter. Also will need an igniter off switch and halogen pin style receiver for igniter.
     
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    What you need is the Ignitor with housing. Send me a PC (Private Conversation) with your email for more info and price.
     
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    You need the 120 ignition switch, halogen pin socket, igniter.
     
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    According to the stove doc:
    "If it has a control board then it is a EF1
    the EF 2 and 3s had Timers and Dial O fires controls NOT CONTROL BOARDS"
    http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/should-i-by-a-1990-enviro.6149/

    Also it may have the non ignition burn pot.
    You can either get a new burn pot or drill a hole in the appropriate spot of the old burn pot.

    The older EF 1 and 2 and 3s older than 2004 did not have the halogen socket so the ignitor could not be pulled out from the front of the stove.
     
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    Enviro did not make a non-ingniter burn pot AFAIK
     
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    Sorry, I meant burn grate. Yes, you are right the pot may need to be upgraded...personally I'd just drill a hole in the old one for $100.

    I didn't know they called that thing the burn pot, I always call it the air box...silly me.
     
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