Constant feeding, Englander PDVC-25.

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Oct 13, 2023
First post here, thanks in advance for any help. I've had no issues with this stove thus far, and it doesn't throw any error codes during operation. Stove in question is a 25-PDVC manufactured in Feb. of '08. It's currently having an unknown issue that is causing the stove to feed pellets at a constant rate, as opposed to the on/off pulses I'm used to. No matter what settings I change, I can't get this to stop. The stove has been deep cleaned, door gasket has been replaced, and I'm burning Lowes Green Team pellets. From the other helpful threads I've found on here, it sounds like a board issue, necessitating replacement. Any insight would be great. Thanks.
I would say that the triac that controls the auger is bad, new boards are around $300, board repair service is around $150. If you are good at soldering or know someone that is the triac can be replace/soldered. If Ssyko comes on he can tell you which one is the auger triac.

Constant feeding, Englander PDVC-25.