I don't see anything hooked up to the TSAT. When I tried messing with the A and B settings, I didn't really hear or see a difference in operation. But, maybe it's subtle, or I didn't wait long enough to see a difference. I have another control board I could try, though I'm not sure it's the right one. It's model 80502 and the updated models I see are 80507. I'm gonna try messing with it again today. Yesterday was my first go with it. Thanks for any and all help.Look on the back of your control board for two spades with TSAT written in front of them, does it have a jumper/wire between the two spades? You have your feed set on 9 and only a small flame sounds like someone had stove setup with a thermostat without a thermostat hooked up or the jumper wire in place the stove will stay in idle mode and not advance the feed rate.
I think my board(product #80496) is an older version of what you are showing (80507). My board just has the big rectangular connection connected and two "vac" wires connected. There are no other wires connected. When I turn up the auger to 9, it goes for about 7seconds (give or take) on heat setting 3. When I turn the auger down to 1, it turns for about 5 and a half seconds. So I'm guessing the buttons are working, but there is still not quite enough pellets being fed. The B button seems to work too, but setting it on 1 still burns the pellets too quickly. Could the auger itself need a cleaning to better push in pellets? I do notice that every once in a while it turns with only a pellet or two being pushed out.. or is that normal?
If you can take picture of back of control board and post here. I should have explained better, if the jumper wire or a thermostat are not hooked up you can still change the settings on the control board but the stove will not respond to the changes. ie you can set heat range on any number but the stove will only burn on idle.I don't see anything hooked up to the TSAT. When I tried messing with the A and B settings, I didn't really hear or see a difference in operation
This is what I got..If you can take picture of back of control board and post here. I should have explained better, if the jumper wire or a thermostat are not hooked up you can still change the settings on the control board but the stove will not respond to the changes. ie you can set heat range on any number but the stove will only burn on idle.
That would be the jumper, pull it out and then put it back in maybe it does not have a good connection. You might want to make a jumper from Spade Crimp Terminals just to be sure it is jumped. But that gold clip is the jumper and that means you have something else causing the stove not to burn hot enough.It looks like there is a gold clip.
Yeah the manuals do not explain how to set up stove with a external thermostat.Also, when I look at the 6039 manual, it is only calling for the connections that I have, the rectangular one and the "Vac" connections. It doesn't say or show anything about the thermostat wire
My pellets are just the regular kind I bought at Tractor Supply. They don't look too long, though I've only seen the kind I bought. The other board that came with the stove (the stove was bought at an auction, so there is no way to know the history behind it and how it worked before) looks as though it is for a different model and not for 6039s or 6041s.. I'll send a pic when I get home.Geeroj are the pellets your using long, short? can you post a pic of your spare parts control board. I'am just wondering why they gave you a newer board and its not in the stove.