Whitfield Convection Archives - Pellet Stove Pro
Your stove works fine but when you turn it off either the combustion/exhaust fan (fan that blows air out of the chimney) or the convection fan (fan that blows air into the room) doesn’t turn off. You have to unplug the stove for it to stop and when you plug the stove back in it […]
What is the best oil to use on pellet stove motors? It seems reasonable that pellet stove motors need to be lubricated periodically. In my experience with pellet stove motors I have come up with another question; should you oil a pellet stove motor? Therefore I propose that it is not a matter of what […]
Continuing my fight against High Home Heating Cost! I get this question every now and again from customers looking for parts for their stoves so I wrote this to refer you to for the answer because it’s not a simple “yes” or “no.” Stove manufacturers DO NOT make motors, electronics, wiring harnesses, control boxes or […]
Amperage For Auger, Convection, Combustion/Exhaust Motors on Whitfield Pellet Stoves…What Should It Be?
I got a question today about the amperage listed on a motor that I sell for Whitfield Pellet Stoves. The amperage on my new motor was different than the one he was replacing and he was concerned that it would not work correctly. Depending on when your Whitfield Pellet stove was made there may be […]
It seems like two or three times a week I get a call or email from a customer who is looking for information or parts to assist them with rebuilding a motor for their Whitfield pellet stove. This can be and auger motor, a convection fan or an exhaust/combustion blower. Usually there is a bearing […]
Not everyone has a local Whitfield pellet stove repair guy they can call to come fix a problem. Many of us are left with one of two choices: fix it ourselves or freeze. You may run your Whitfield pellet stove 24/7 during the winter as some of my friends in Montana do. If you’re reading […]