Hi everyone, what do you think of this? About halfway through the heating season this year, once every few weeks my stove would fail to start. It would drop pellets normally, but after a couple of minutes the "maintenance" light would begin blinking and the auger would stop. I'd turn it off, unplug it, plug it back in, start in manual mode again, and it would start up fine. After a couple months, it would begin doing this more often. Finally, it began happening every time. I did notice that the exhaust blower would not start up when I pressed manual start. I found a work-around to get it started : From a cold or warm start : 1. Switch to Manual mode (as usual), and push "Manual Start" 2. Auger begins to drop pellets, but exhaust blower does not start. 3. After a couple of minutes, auger stops and maintenance light blinks. 4. I let it sit for about 5 minutes in this state. 5. Finally the exhaust blower comes on, but since we're in a "maintenance" state, the auger stays off. 6. I switch the mode to "Off", and in a few seconds the "maintenance" light stops blinking. 7. The exhaust blower is still running, (I assume it's now in it's shutdown process). 8. I move the mode switch back to "manual" and the auger begins dropping pellets. 9. The stove will continue on to start normally now. This method has worked without fail for the last couple of weeks, but it's obviously not right and I'd like to fix it. My thought was that I'd need to replace the exhaust blower, but a friend said he thinks it sounds like the snap switches. Anyone have any other thoughts? Thanks!