Our Harman FS stove, stopped dead in its tracks last night. Since the dealer gave me his earliest service appointment - on January 17 - I am hoping that the wiser more experienced folks here can give me some ideas. The stove was installed 14 months ago and has performed flawlessly until last night. I run it on stove temp, burning Greene Supreme pellets so far this season, which have performed well for me. The stove is cleaned once a week and received a dealer performed annual service during the off season. Last night the house got chilly and I went down to check the stove. There were ample pellets. The power light was on, the status light was steady and the combustion motor light was illuminated as well. Neither the feed motor indicator nor ignitor indicator were lit; the fire pot was dark and there was no sound of pellets dropping or of the auger turning. I tried to reset by turning the stove to the off position, waiting 10 minutes, and then turning the knob to its usual stove temp position. The control panel looked the same and I could hear only the combustion motor running. I then tried what I have seen (here) called a 'hard reset' by unplugging the stove, waiting a few minutes and then replugging. Now even the combustion motor was silent and its indicator light dark. At the wife's insistence I reluctantly cranked up the oil burner and called the dealer in the morning. When I finally reached them (got a tape several times and a busy signal many times more) I was told it sounded like a dirty stove. This stove is not dirty and was in fact cleaned last Sunday. I have the service appointment for Jan. 17 but, frankly, don't want to pay for oil between now and then. This afternoon, for the heck of it, I tried restarting the stove on room temp and while the ignition blower and feed motor remained silent, this time the combustion motor started up again. Alas - no pellets in the fire pot, obviously no ignition and, sadly, no heat. The status light has remained burning steadily throughout, so there is no information I can get from that source. Any ideas? All will be gratefully received and appreciated.