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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by ghurst, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. ghurst

    ghurst New Member

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    Hello, I'm a new pellet stove owner and new to the forum. I purchased a second hand stove to heat my garage, and since installing it I haven't been able to get it working right. Generally I would scan the internet looking for solutions and in doing it this website has been extremely useful so I signed up. I've messed around with this stove for about 2 months troubleshooting problems and I believe I've found the problem(I've the fixed others )that is the current thorn in my side so I contacted the manufacture for parts and they no longer supply them and couldn't recommend where I could find any...this was a bit frustrating. I was wondering if anyone here could help me with my question(I tend to ramble).
    Like some other equipement many parts are interchangable from manufacture to manufacture I was wondering if this was true with pellet stoves.
    The parts I'm looking for are both the high and low limit switches.
    My stove is a Heilsa QCPS-28000
    the lower sensor is 80C and the upper sensor is 100C, made by GLAD part#KSD020. When I search this part the results show that its for refridgerators, is ths ok? or would sensors from another manufacture to the job? does anyone here sell the parts I could purchase?
    Thank you in advance

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  3. ghurst

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  4. Phil Do's fire.

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    Yes, It should be OK to use the sensor listed for a fridge. The part is used in multiple appliances.
  5. ghurst

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    Great thanks! I guess there the same as long as they're meant to do the same job, I just wasn't sure
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  7. ghurst

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    Great thank you. These look Identical to the ones i pulled from my heating unit.
  8. noyes30

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    Do you still have your pellet stove? I am looking for help with the main control board wiring on a Heilsa, QCPS 2800.. Can you help?

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