Hey guys, first post here! I just did some work to my stove (deep clean, removed exhaust blower, stove pipe etc) and had it running better than ever for about a week. Last night I came home from work and found it not working. I found the fuse to the control panel was blown and that would not let the stove turn on when the start button was hit. I replaced that and visually inspected the board. I found no burn spots and everything looked normal to me. I unplugged both blowers and it started up. Then plugged both blowers back in one at a time and then started the pellet feed in an effort to see if one of the circuits blew the fuse. None did, and the stove is still burning. However, one thing I noticed after I got it back working was that the convection fan control now does not respond. It seems like it is stuck on 5 (highest) but the adjustment lights (1-5) look normal. I mean that it looks totally normal when I adjust it (lights move up or down) but the sound of the fan doesn't change and sounds like it is on high the whole time. From my research it sounds like it may have something to do with the jumper wires for a thermostat control (which I do not have). Although in those cases I have always read about blinking lights. Mine do not blink. But I do remember seeing two female spade connectors hanging back by the panel that I didn't know anything about. Thought they may be extras or something for an igniter. I could have easily knocked them off the board when I was fishing a vacuum back in there. So it makes perfect sense that they may have got disconnected from the board. Does it sound like I am on the right track?