On phone with Englander troubleshooting my problem as stove has been shutting down. The tech tells me to open the door, look at the baffle or impingement plate positioned behind the burn area. He says there are 4 tabs at the bottom of plate, 2 pointing up and 2 down. Beneath the tab farthest to the right about 3/4 of an inch below is a tiny hole. He told me to find a toothpick and make sure the hole is not filled with ash. I did it, cleaned that stove a hundred times never saw it before. Cleaning it out seems to have solved my stove shutting down problem. Does anyone know if this hole is related to the thermal sensor or the vaccum switch? What is this hole for and why isnt it mentioned anywhere in the manual or cleaning guides? Ive been up every two hrs restarting my stove to stay warm for days. Blows my mind that everything I did to fix it didnt help but one pass with a toothpick and problem appears solved. So now curious about why the hole needs to remain clear and what function it serves. Anybody?