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Hello, Bosca is built using american parts and operates on the same principles as other stoves made with those parts.
click here for the manual,
Trouble shooting starts on page 24 and runs to page 28.
before we go any further though check and see if Bosca is still in business in the USA
9315 E First Ave,Spokane, WA 99206, USATel:(###) ###-####/strong>
Call them in the morning and ask if they carry parts, including the display panel and printed circuit board for your unit,
We can go from thee.
Thanks, #2 is the next to lowest pellet feed rate settings, are the pellets going into the fire box? Is the electric igniter that pokes into the fire box hot? if not, have you reset the Over Heat switch click here
click here please
you can fit a jumper wire between the two wire connections on any switch to bypass it for testing purposes only
Your system is putting out a confusing array of symptoms. The auger should either rotate and feed or not feed at all, it should not be doing a partial rotation.
Yes you can jumper any switch to test it
However on some of these units the pressure switch should not close unless the combustion blower is running first, if you jump that one before the combustion blower is running you will get an error on most systems
Bosca has less than 1/10 of 1% of the market for pellet stoves, and have only been in business since 2006... virtually no one has any experience with them here. You would generally be hard pressed to locate anyone in the US who is contactable who has.
So far I am mystified. However this will be about 500th pellet stove I have worked with.. there is a modest chance I can help you sort it out.
Are any pellets being delivered to the burn pot, is the igniter glowing?
Its the air switch click here
I am assuming its a pressure differential switch, but it could be a sail switch
Its a pressure switch in that case... it closes when the exhaust fan creates a vacuum in the fire box... the inducer fan is supposed to start first however
and the inducer fan is not starting... that is always the first step, Inducer ran starts, pressure switch closes, allows auger to run and igniter to be energized.
but its stalled at the first step... measure voltage across the two wires that feed the exhaust blower, if its getting 120v and not running its bad
all the same inducer fan, combustion blower exhaust fan. I just used various terms ... sorry about that
that happens because the manufacturers draftsmen use random terms, and do not always recall which draftsman made up which term
all are correct however
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You will need a $30 type multi meter to measure voltages with