Hi all! Happy new year! So I need some major help figuring this out. I just inherited a Quadrafire Castile pellet stove. It's literally the stove and nothing else, no t-stat or wires to hook up. I'm not familiar with thermostats for pellet stoves. I already have two stoves that has t-stat capability but I have never ventured down that route. So a few questions for all the Fire Gods out there on how to get this stove started and running: Stove: Quadrafire Castile free standing unit, info on stove says manufactured date Sept. 2009, has clear cover control box. 1. I think I need a thermostat for the stove since nothing happens when I plug it in. Which t-stat is compatible with this stove (something programmable)? 2. How do I hook the t-stat up? I can see on the back of the stove there are two prongs that looks like where the the t-stat wires should be connected to. Just get wires to hook up to stove and t-stat? What kind of wires would I need? The t-stat units at HD/Lowes only has the unit, no wires included. 3. Should I just bite the bullet and buy the Quadrafire (EXPENSIVE) thermostat that the dealers are selling? Is it necessary or would a regular thermostat from HD/Lowes work? 4. Other then doing a tear-down cleaning of all parts/components, what else should I do to test it? 5. Does anyone have a copy of the Tech Manual for this stove? Any help would be greatly appreciated! THANKS!