M55 (GC60) Recommended Spare parts

ltlhawk Posted By ltlhawk, Dec 10, 2012 at 6:44 AM

  1. ltlhawk

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    I was thinking of buying some spare parts but am not sure what the most common failures are. Can you guys list what you think are the first things to go on a new stove. I figure I would rather have the parts ready instead of being cold...
     
  2. jtakeman

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    Looks like the ribon cable is an issue, chaffing on the stove housing. Might want to make sure its not on yours. But should be covered under warranty. As is all the electrics for 2 years.

    You can light em manually, So no biggie on the igniter. You can usually keep the blowers going with some lube if they start to get noisey. I'd start with combustion blower gaskets(you'll need one everytime you do the full cleaning). Igniter-Combustion blower-Convection blower-POF switch-Spare board and the daughter card-High limit switch-Both augers would be a extreme stash. Not sure you need to be extreme though. if you have a good backup source. Most parts can be got in a few business days.

    I would start by asking what your local dealer stocks.
     
  3. stovelark

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    Hi ltl- warranty for enviro (sherwood) who made your stove is two years electronics limited life on other stuff agree with j above not much you really need there is no comb blower gasket on these units, maybe fuses for the MB diff components, if you are rich, a MB, POF, and auger motor on hand is most likely component issues. This stove has been pretty good unit so far, we had a unit go thru 2 auger motors (the third one cured it). Good luck to you, enjoy your nice stove.

    Stovelark
    Enviro EF3 FS pellet
    Enviro Empress FPI AC
    Enviro Kodiak 1700 FS wood
     
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  4. jtakeman

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    Dang, I always forget the fuses. ;em
     
  5. ltlhawk

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    wish I were rich, although I feel rich now that I have good heat in my house.. thnkas for advice
     
  6. nailed_nailer

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    And on the M-55 they are "Metric" fuses.
    Found out the hard way a few weeks ago when I wired my comb blower the wrong way.
    Was a PITA find right size ones.
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