Could be there is no vacuum in the stove. Moving the stove around could have caused ash to fall in areas that are no blocking the vacuum hose. Could be that you have an auger jam in the auger tube. Could be the auger is not working at all. First thing is to clean that sucker out and clean it good. Keep coming back and you will get some great free advise.Took the stove out to put hardwood floors and plugged everything in just as before. Now when I turn the stove on, the auger light comes on but no pellets drop into the burn pot. Any ideas?
If the combustion blower comes on, and the pellets drop in order to get lit, they light up and then the feeding stops you have a bad, stuck, or dirty pof snap disc. Basically your stove did not get up to temperature as far as the stove's controller is concerned in the time alloted to provide evidence of fire. The stove enters shutdown.everything else works. the stove turns on and the pellets light and then the pellets don't feed.