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New here , Austroflamm Integra

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Tom Whitmore, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. Tom Whitmore

    Tom Whitmore New Member

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    Greetings from The Poconos in PA.

    New here with an Austroflamm Integra that has been in my shop for the last few years , seems these stoves are hard to find information on .

    I was reading that you can convert my stove to automatic ignition and a wall thermostat (instead of the manual light it is now) by swapping in an ignitor , ignitor control board and an updated Eprom on the main board .

    Just wondering if anyone here has any more info on this swap as well as a good place to get the parts .

    It's a great stove , just would like it to be more "automatic".

    thanks in advance

    TOM

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  2. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    You need a new burn pot, ignition board, EPROM 3.1 or newer, igniter and to drill a bunch of holes to route wires and mount the board. Get in touch with Energypartsplus.com, they should have all of the things you need to do the conversion. Pull the control board and look and see what version EPROM you have. v.3.1 and up supports ignition. PM me and I'll send you the complete lifetime Austroflamme Integra Tech manual. It has the jigs and such you need to template where to drill holes as well as the correct wiring schematic for EPROM 3.1 adoption.
  3. Tom Whitmore

    Tom Whitmore New Member

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    Thank you ,

    I think I sent you a P/M , let me know if you received it please .

    Thanks again for the link and help.

    TOM
  4. tsmith

    tsmith Minister of Fire

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    Hey smwilliamson, you wouldn't happen to have any Tech manuals for the Quad AE or Harman Accentra would ya?
  5. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    No, But I could probably write the Harman one. I have an old Mt Vernon tech manual
  6. thomas steyer

    thomas steyer New Member

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    Could I purchase an austroflamm integra I tech manual from someone? I am in dyer need, need to get my stove up and running before it gets too much colder. Thanks so much.
  7. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    Download the pdf at pelletstoverepair.com
  8. thomas steyer

    thomas steyer New Member

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    I am having an issue getting access to a part beneath my stove. The bearing that holds the squirrel cage in place is loose (not the motor side, the outer side) and makes a terrible noise when my stove is running. I was wondering if anyone knew how to get to that part. No one sells just the bushing, I have to buy the entire squirrel cage, which I dont need. I wanted to get it out so I could check for a bushing that would do the trick at a local parts place. I just cant figure out how to remove the part. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks a lot.

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