Most pellet stoves are built exactly the same with few differences. In my 10 years of repairing pellet stoves, I don’t remember every working on one with an auger motor that wasn’t installed this way. I hope this helps.
- Unplug your stove from power.
- If your stove is free standing you will need to remove the access screws on the back of the stove to access the motor.
- If your stove is an insert you will need to remove the shroud and pull it out of the fireplace.
- Remove the auger motor. The motor is located at the very back of the stove towards the bottom and is secured by the shaft with a single bolt. Unscrew bolt with Allen wrench. Slide auger motor out of auger shaft (can be a fight).
- If it won’t come loose you may need to whack it with a hammer or pry it w/ a big screwdriver.
- Disconnect wiring from old motor and attach to new motor.
- Slide new motor shaft into auger shaft and secure with bolt.
- Put stove back together, plug in and start. You should here the auger turn.