I have an Englander Pellet Stove and trying just about everything to get it working. The stove starts. Both motors, exhaust bower, room air blower, igniter all working properly. The top auger works properly... intermittent and bottom auger runs continuously. Problem is stove keeps shutting down. What happens is the top auger will stop feeding pellets... the fire will go out... then, when the temp drops the auger may kick back on and feed some pellets through but too late so it ends up going into shut down, no error codes. Restarts fine but then eventually same thing will happen. I replaced the vac switch that connects to the control board, top auger/motor. I replaced and properly clamped both vac hoses to both switches ( exhaust and one connected to the fire box). I cleaned out the flu, behind baffle plate, and everywhere else. There are no jams in the pellets. I checked all wiring which looks correct. I ran diagnostics and everything normal. I adjusted the plate at the bottom of hopper so it is where recommended (slightly more than half open). I am thinking that there is something wrong with the thermal sensor although in diagnostic it reads 9 in heat range like it should. Seems like the stove thinks it is too hot and is shutting itself down and when cools starts pushing pellets but they dont ignite bc the fire is out in the burn pot. Anybody have any thoughts? Oh the heat sensor was very dusty, wiped clean with a dry cloth detached and reattached to control board.