United States 6041 stove

jcwilliams Posted By jcwilliams, Aug 20, 2016 at 9:59 PM

  1. jcwilliams

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    I just picked up this stove plugged it in digital read out turned on. I hit the on button and all power gone. Unplug plug back in still no read out now.
    Do these things have a fuse or something? This is my first pellet stove so forgive me for the questions lol
    Thanks
    James
     
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    Thanks for the reply

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    I did find the fuses. I blew the main fuse. Not sure why I'm going to clean it and try starting again. Is there anything against trying to start a pellet stove in the summer time like this? It's like 80 degrees out here in Ohio today

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    If you want heat at 80 then go for it the stove don't care
    what the temp. it is outside
     
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    Ok good deal. Yea they are not installed yet just looking to make sure they work before I install them.

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    if it blew the main fuse there is a reason for it, while the stove is out and accessible open her up and check all your wiring make sure you do not have a wire that may have touched to a hot spot in the stove and shorted. also its not uncommon for an igniter to short out when it dies which would cause a blown fuse when startup is initiated which would be why it didn't blow until you pressed on button
     
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    Make sure you are using a good power strip to clean up the electricity before it powers that board. The boards are not cheap!
     
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