No power quadrafire mt Vernon pellet

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Phelps2191

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Mar 28, 2021
2
New hampahire
Hey guys,
2003 mt Vernon pellet stove. No my best move I had the blower fan snap disk disconnected and forgot when I plugged back in... bang. Shorted something out. Two fuses checked, this is a four speed control panel. Snap disks checked, all fine. Fuse in control board is fine. Wondering if I replace control board.
Any thoughts?
 

Ssyko

Minister of Fire
Nov 6, 2017
4,256
Lorraine NY
More than likely. Take out the board and check the traces on both sides. Then hold a light up to the back of it and look for vaporized traces in between the 2 layers of board.
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Phelps2191

New Member
Mar 28, 2021
2
New hampahire
This is great info. I took it out and just as you guessed there are two large spots just as your picture has. Thanks! I’ll order a new one and hope I didn’t fry anything else.