Hey, I have recently purchased a used 2006 Lopi Yankee Bay insert pellet stove. The unit did not have the circuit board with it, so I purchased a new one from my local dealer. The stove does function, but it periodically will not turn the auger, and as a result, will run out of fuel and shut down. When in normal operation, the control board has a light that comes on when the auger is to be energized. What I've noticed is that on occasion the control light will come on, but the auger itself will not turn. If I press the manual auger button, the auger will usually function, and then if I wait for the normal demand again the auger will turn as normal operation. Ive ohmed the auger motor out and it seams fine, and I've marked the auger shaft with a pen to see if it continues to stall in the same spot (dead spot in motor?) without luck. Any idea if this is a controller problem or more likely an auger problem? Thanks in advance!