Stove is dead, won't start, no lights, no power to it.

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by djcg, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. djcg

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    I have posted before about this issue with my Breckwell P2000i. In the past if I left the stove sit for several hours, it would eventually turn on. But this time I haven't been so lucky, it won't turn on at all.

    I have replaced the fuse on my control board, but when I push the power button I get no lights and no power to anything, just completely dead. I've checked all the wires to everything, they appear to be good and tight. I've replaced the power cord and tried different wall sockets that I know work, but no luck. When I plug in the power cord, I can see the convection blower fan move a little, so I assume that is getting some power to it.

    Before I spend the costly amount on a new control panel, just wondering if anyone has any further ideas as to what might be the problem here. I've had this issue 3 times now, and usually just waiting a few hours and pushing the start button, the stove just magically startups up again. It's been about 10 hours now, and can't get anything to go.
     

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  2. vinny11950

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    sorry to hear this. definitely sounds like a bad control board. even if you get it to work, you should not trust it. replace it. have a professional look at it. call the company for help if possible. good luck.
     
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  3. Don2222

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    Hello

    Do you have the stove on a surge protector?
     
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