Just sold my Englander Pellet stove that worked nicely for many years. Picked up this Quadrafire Santa Fe and was told by the previous owner that it didn't burn the pellets well. Thought it needed a good cleaning. Got it home and completely dismantled it and gave it a good cleaning. It was plugged up pretty bad. Installed it in my home and it sat till this past week. Turned up the thermostat, the red call light comes on, and all it would do is dump a charge of pellets in the burn pot, ignite the charge, burn the charge up, then shut down. Hit the reset and it would do it all over again. When I checked for voltage at he auger motor it would stop after the initial dump then no voltage and it shuts down. I noticed when I purchased it the vacuum switch was missing and a jumper wire was installed. I purchased a new vacuum switch and made sure the nipple was clear. I've checked all the wiring and connectors, including removing the control board terminal strip and gently bending the contacts outward to make better connection. Since then I have replaced the thermocouple, thermocouple ceramic cover, and the control board. Still doing the same thing. The red wire that feeds the vacuum switch, then the snap disc #2, then the auger drive motor is loosing power for some reason. Was convinced that replacing the control board would fix it. But it didn't. Both blower motors work as they should. Seems like there is a circuit in the controller that times out when you press the reset button, then it just shuts down. If you press the reset button while there is a fire burning, hold onto your hat because the fire rampages out of control filling every inch of the fire box and it starts roaring and vibrating like it wants to explode. Scary man! Don't know what else to do. Have run it on jumper wires to no avail. What am I missing. Stove is clean as a whistle, all new parts. One time the fire ran away the glass started to crack. Now I need to replace the glass. What a nightmare!