Englander pellet grill, have a short, testing help please. Folks, I have had the englander pellet grill for a few years now and for no apparent reason it started tripping the GFCI every so often. Weird. I plugged it into a nonGFCI outlet and everything worked fine for several cooks. Then I popped the 6 amp fuse on the control board. Uh oh, this isn't good. I checked all wires for pinching or chafing, removed all pellets from the auger tube and verified that everything is free to move. Replaced the 6 amp fuse. Put a small amount of pellets in the burn pot and test fired the stove. Popped the GFCI, so I moved to the nonGFCI plug, stove finished igniting itself and ran as normal before shutting off. 6 amp fuse popped again. At this point I think I need to test the motors. There's not much to this pellet burner. Ignitor, combustion fan, auger motor. Short wires that are all visible. Please offer any advice, Thanks!