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Whitfeild WP3 Auger stays running!

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Icey Mike, Jan 2, 2008.

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  1. Icey Mike

    Icey Mike New Member

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    I have been reading and suspect that my control board is fried! When ever I set the the speed to any setting except 1, the auger continually runs and the light stays on. On 1 it doe's not turn the auger at all. Before it would pause and the light would go out, moderating the amount of pellets it would ferry down the chute. The higher the setting the less pause. I took a pic of the control board. Not sure where to find the model number yet.
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  2. hearthtools

    hearthtools Moderator Emeritus

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    im 99% sure you control board is bad

    you will need to get the new push button control board

    Whitfield control board WP2 / WP7 #12055902
    Touch pad control board- replaces old GREY FACED rotary Knob type board
    Advantage, II-T's, WP2 1990-2000 ser#18145 and up
    Advantage III's WP2 1991-1996 Ser #18145 and up
    Advantage Plus WP7 1990 -2000


    Please Download the Wire diagram for Advantage Series stoves with Touch pad control board. BEFORE INSTALLING Please Read Comments at the bottom of the Diagram!
    http://www.hearthtools.com/parts/AdvantageIIandplus_controlb_small.jpg

    you can order them on our website but I think we are out of stock for a few more days.
    http://www.hearthtools.com/parts/replacement_parts_for__advantage.htm

    more trouble shooting on our site liked above
  3. Icey Mike

    Icey Mike New Member

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    Thanks, I was afraid of that.
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