I think my P38 took a turn for the worse. It started as a burned fuse in the combustion blower, followed up by a bad ESP probe, then found that the control board was acting up. So...I... - replaced fuse on Gleason-Avery motor with a 3amp automotive fuse - seems to work ok - replaced ESP probe (black wire style) - replaced fuse on control board (old style) The stove went through startup ok. Feed and combustion worked fine, then found the distribution blower wasn't working. It would come on briefly when set to Turbo, but then the whole stove shut down. It would also come on during the startup routine but wouldn't start when the stove came up to temp. Moved the connection to the distribution blower off the control board and onto a rheostat plugged into AC power. Stove worked ok. Feed and combustion blower worked for a while, then I found that the combustion blower would cycle on and off at about 45 second intervals. It looks like I need a new control board. Anyone have one for sale? The prices seem all over the map, ranging from $100 on eBay (when available) to $305 for retail online dealers. Anyone have any tips on what might be the issue? I did send an email to Gleason-Avery and they'll sell me a new combustion motor for $75 plus shipping. Great company to deal with and located in NY.