I recently installed an Englander 25-PDVC/Summersheat 55-SHP10, and I can't seem to prevent it from having auger jams. I can sometimes go a bag or two without an issue, or have several in the same bag. I have replaced the upper auger shaft and bearing, and check the new auger for true, and believe everything is working as is. I have even monkied with the hopper blocking plate to no avail. I have tried Stove Chow, Freedom Fuel, Nature's Heat and Green Team. The Freedom Fuel seemed to do the best, due to its slightly smaller diameter pellet, from what I can see. From the archives I see this is a recurring problem for many. After taking the upper and lower augers apart several times to fix this problem I see the upper-to-lower tunnel chute has a 90-degree elbow in it that could be problematic. So I am resigned to the belief this stove's design makes it susceptible to auger jams. It nows seems appropriate to ask the question, and amass our collective wisdom in one thread, on how best to manage this issue and minimize auger jams. Comments and ideas, please.