I have a free standing Napoleon pellet stove which is about 4 years old. I came home the other night to fin that it had popped a circuit breaker. I unplugged it and reset the breaker but now as soon as I plug it in the breaker pops again. I have tried another outlet on a different breaker and the same occurs. To try and troubleshoot it I would like to start by disconnecting components within the stove - blower, ignitor, etc... , one by one to see if the breaker still pops but would like to know first if this is wise. I don't want to ruin the stove either but feel pretty confident in my ability to narrow down the issue. I figure once I figure out what component is bad I can order a new one an install it. Anyone have any suggestions or advise on this?