Did you check/test the thermocouple?Well, this was interesting..... it was working ok in spite of the problems, but seems to have lost it's mind....
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Turns out the snap switches were all ok, but I replaced them anyway. Stove still acting the same way. Noticed the control module wasn't seated quite right, so I pulled it, cleaned the contacts and plugged it back in, but no luck. Fans are good, fuses good, everything I can physically touch is good, so that just leaves the control module. $400. ugh. Might be time to invest in a new stove.
Let me know what BTU or whatever you're looking for, and I'll check our warehouse. The boss usually matches or beats the competition."GWguy, post: 6113240, member: 17997"
Might be time to invest in a new stove.
You are one cheap person.Ordered a new brain for the old stove. WalMart of all places. WalMart drop-ships from a place called Earth Sense Energy. I could order direct from them and save $9, but they have a 'no return at all ever' policy on this part. But if I order the same part thru WalMart, I get a 30 day return with a 20% restock fee. If the brain is not the problem and I ordered thru Earth Sense, I'm stuck for over $300. Thru WalMart, I can return it minus the restock fee and I'm only out about $70. I call that an acceptable risk. If this is the problem, I get a working stove and put off buying a new stove at $4K+ for a a while.
BTW, Bert's has the best hush puppies I've had in a long time. WAY more in an order than I could possibly eat.