So you may or may not know by now that my Pellet Pro II was retrofitted with what appears to be a P43 circuit board. For all intents and purposes this appears to work perfectly fine. It's hooked up to the older equipment on the stove and controls all the blowers, auger, etc fine. It even shuts down when it detects there are no pellets in the stove, just like it is supposed to. Here's the weird part... I was only getting a couple pellets at a time. This was causing the fire to go out within about 45 minutes (after the "starter load" had burned off). I removed all of the pellets from the hopper and looked down inside and low and behold, the pusher block was only moving about 1/4" if that. It was barely pushing any pellets in. So I pulled the back of the stove off to look inside and what did I find? THE OLD FEED ADJUSTER WAS STILL INTACT! Whomever retro-fit this P43 board left the old spring activated feed adjuster. Cranked that bad boy counter-clockwise and we're in business! I believe that whomever installed the new board cranked the feed adjuster in all the way to get it out of the way. So now all is well, and the best part is that the feed adjuster on the board also controls the auger correctly. The internal feed adjuster just controls how far the pusher block goes. What am I getting at? This could be a solution for those frustrated Pellet Pro II owners with busted circuit boards. Throw a P43 board in and use the old feed adjuster and the new one together in "Harman"-y and have a good ol' time. Cheers! Disclaimer: This works for my bizarre retro-fitted stove. Not taking responsibility if it doesn't work for yours!