10-CPM Stops Feeding Pellets

Litzner

Member
Aug 31, 2015
7
Michigan
I have a 10-CPM pellet stove and it has been stopping the feed of pellets at random. When it does it if I open the hopper and close it it will often start feeding again. Does it sound like I have a bad hopper switch? Is there a way to wire the thing together and just get rid of the switch completely?
 

ericofmaine

Member
Feb 8, 2012
142
Southern Maine
That's what it sounds like. You can temporarily jump the switch out of the circuit to test. I wouldn't leave it that way, however.

Eric
 

Litzner

Member
Aug 31, 2015
7
Michigan
That's what it sounds like. You can temporarily jump the switch out of the circuit to test. I wouldn't leave it that way, however.

Eric
So just take the two wires and put them together correct? I thought I had tried that once, but after a time the stove would always stop feeding pellets, but I will try it again.