I finally opened the back of my pellet stove (came with the house 2 years ago), and realized it needed a good cleaning. When I was all done and started the stove up, The blow speed switch on the control board quit working on me. It is stuck in the lowest setting. I took out the convection blower and control board to see if anything was out of place (stuff bent, snapped, wires missing etc.), and to my untrained eye...everything looks fine. Everything else works just fine and I don't want to spend $350 on a new control board. Is there a way to maybe unhook the wires from the control board that power the blow speed switch only and just hook up a new one? Is there a way to see if it is the switch that is broken or maybe something else?I don't have a problem with a make-shift solution. This pellet stove just has to get us through the winter....after that...it goes into the garage as surplus.