Austraflamm Integra will not start

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acarlsen

New Member
Mar 15, 2021
2
Sutton, Ma
I have a mid 90's Austraflamm Integra stand alone pellet stove. Last week during the cool down cycle we lost power. Once the power came back on I proceeded to clean the stove and get ready for a re-start. As I went to restart the stove, nothing happened when I switched to switch to on. No fans started, no auger light..nothing. I checked the fuse and it still looked good but replaced it anyways. plugged the stove back in and still....nothing. are there any safety switched that I'm overlooking? Any Ideas?
 

Mark_ms

Feeling the Heat
Jan 28, 2008
347
Upstate NY on VT Border
I have a mid 90's Austraflamm Integra stand alone pellet stove. Last week during the cool down cycle we lost power. Once the power came back on I proceeded to clean the stove and get ready for a re-start. As I went to restart the stove, nothing happened when I switched to switch to on. No fans started, no auger light..nothing. I checked the fuse and it still looked good but replaced it anyways. plugged the stove back in and still....nothing. are there any safety switched that I'm overlooking? Any Ideas?
 

Mark_ms

Feeling the Heat
Jan 28, 2008
347
Upstate NY on VT Border
Hmmm....stove on...power loss....no power on startup....blown circuit board...$280-400 depending on where you get it

Also unplug the stove for a few minutes....then plug back this sometimes as it it will get :locked" up if problem still persists a new circuit board is is needed.
 
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Flammam

Feeling the Heat
Dec 29, 2007
365
Western, Ma.
Hmmm....stove on...power loss....no power on startup....blown circuit board...$280-400 depending on where you get it

Also unplug the stove for a few minutes....then plug back this sometimes as it it will get :locked" up if problem still persists a new circuit board is is needed.
I had a power surge fry the mother board on my integra. 400.00 new and at least 8-12 weeks backorder. Getting it repaired will cost 300. I decide to replace the stove need something with a big ash pan and thermostat capable.
 

Mark_ms

Feeling the Heat
Jan 28, 2008
347
Upstate NY on VT Border
I had a power surge fry the mother board on my integra. 400.00 new and at least 8-12 weeks backorder. Getting it repaired will cost 300. I decide to replace the stove need something with a big ash pan and thermostat capable.
Pelletstoverepair.com $260 for a rebuilt board with your old one in exchange I have used Joe many times over the years for all things Austroflamm, Good guy. He sent me a new circuit board during a brutal cold snap a few years ago even before he got my old one and a check to pay for it....good guy
 

SidecarFlip

Minister of Fire
All the above and install a surge suppressor between the line cord and the outlet... Lots cheaper than a new board. I use what Sysko uses, the Tripp-Lite 2 outlet one (Amazon 35 bucks). Good unit.

Without reliable clamping, it's not if, but when the board gets cooked.