Stove is 2008 model, never a problem except replaced ignitor last fall, until now. I pushed the start button and the stove went into the normal start-up cycle, had nice fire going. Suddenly, it completely shut down, no power, no lights, nada. I'm not sure if the start-up cycle finished or if the room air fan had come on or not. Anyway, the 6A fuse in the control/circuit board was blown. No spare taped to the board, or none I could find. I found 2 5A fuses locally, put one in, and when I plugged the stove back in the 2 led numbers under 'heat range' and 'blower speed' lit up '1' '1'. They went out after 10 seconds or so. I pushed the 'ON' button, immediately blew another fuse. The fuse on the wiring diagram pasted on the back panel is 5A, not 6A, so any chance the 5A I put in is too small? Here's what I've done so far: - Unplugged the exhaust and room-air fans, attached a 110V lead to each, and they both work fine. - Unplugged both auger motors, attached the lead, they both work fine I removed the upper motor completely to test it, and snugged up the loose collar bolt/set screws, removed all pellets and verified the upper auger turns fine, no binding. I tested the lower auger motor in place, attached to the auger. It worked fine, cleared all the pellets from the feed tube. - Visually checked every wire and connection, nothing melted or chafed, no loose connections. Until Englander returns to work tomorrow, and I can talk to tech support, is there anything I can test or try without risking blowing my last fuse? I'm hoping one of the local electrical supply shops will have some fuses, tomorrow. What about unplugging both auger motors and fans, and the ignitor, put the fuse in and try 'ON'? If the start-up cycle begins, then an error code, would that point to one of the fans or motors or ignitor?