Enviro Windsor circuit board

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BrianG

New Member
Oct 30, 2021
3
Ireland
Hi. I'm a new member and I live in Ireland. I have a Windsor that has stopped feeding pellets. I have removed the auger motor and the motor runs ok in hand, looks like the circuit board is shot. I'm trying to source a circuit board but my stove is pre 2006 and I'm on 220v. My board looks different than replacements I have seen online.. mine has 2 fuses. See pics.. It's starting get cold here so I'm considering replacing components on the board. Anyone got any contacts for replacement parts?
Thanks

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johneh

Minister of Fire
Dec 19, 2009
4,046
Eastern Ontario
Have you tested all the circuits that control
the auger motor either directly or indirectly
Such as is the combustion motor working?
have you cleaned the vac switch hose and hose bib?
Have you tested or bypassed the vac switch?
To find a board will need your stove's serial number
and the part number on the board
 

SidecarFlip

Minister of Fire
Feb 7, 2010
5,273
S.E. Michigan
If it is a board issue, you'll need a good quality pencil soldering iron and lots of patience. Boards are commonly wave soldered so component replacement requires a lot of patience and a steady hand too. You can buy all the components, resistors, Triac's, relays, in fact every board component from either Digikey or Dell electronics and they both ship worldwide.