Englander Pellet Stove Top Auger Feed System Kit Including Auger Motor, Shaft, Bearings and More

$149.99
SKU TOP FEED SYSTEM KIT

Description

 ENGLANDER PELLET STOVE TOP FEEDER KIT

THIS IS AN AFTERMARKET KIT AND INCLUDES:

  • 1 RPM AUGER MOTOR TURNS COUNTER CLOCKWISE
  • PU-AF6T TOP AUGER SHAFT
  • AUGER BEARING & LOCKING COLLAR
  • AUGER BEARING GASKETS

Pellet Stove Auger Bearing (block bearing) for pellet units. 3/4 bore

  • These new style auger bearings have a grease fitting, which will prolong the life of the bearing and your auger motor. The new style bearing can replace the old style that did not have a grease fitting.

Englander Auger Motor PU-047040

  • This auger motor is designed to fit Englander pellet stoves including models 25-PDV and 25-PDVC (two per unit), and is the stirrer motor on Englander's 10-CPM multi-fuel stove. This auger motor is as powerful as it is quiet and provides a steady rotation that allows for an even distribution of fuel.

Englander Stove Locking Collar

  • 3/4" I.D. Auger Shaft Locking Collar for pellet stoves. Price listed is for one piece (two pieces are on each stove, one per auger).

The bearing gaskets come in two different styles:

  • The fiberglass (soft, Part PU‐ABG) type (which was primarily used on earlier model units, 2001 and older) and the nylon (hard, Part PU‐ABGN) type (which is used on our current units, 2002 to present)

Englander Top Auger Shaft Part PU-AF6T

Compatible Models

    Englander
  • 25-PDV
  • 25-PDVP
  • 25-PI
  • 25PDV 55SHP22 55TRP22
  • 25PDVC 55SHP10 55TRP10
  • 25PI 55SHP20 55TRP20
  • 55-SHP15
  • 55-SHP20
  • 55-SHP22
  • 55-SHP22L
  • 55-TRP15
  • 55-TRP20
  • 55-TRP22
  • American Heritage
  • US 25-5670

Video

Helpful Tips

Power to the upper feed assembly runs though the hopper lid switch and the pressure switch. When troubleshooting why the upper motor will not feed its a good idea to swap the wires to the lower and upper feed motors to verify that the upper motor works prior to ordering a new motor.


I wrote an article about this here.


Units built from 2004 to present have a diagnostic test mode built into the circuit board. This can be used to test the individual electrical components of the unit.

WARNING: This mode can not be used to operate the stove! Attempting to burn this unit in this mode can cause damage to the unit.

Note: The stove should be completely empty of fuel and cold when using the diagnostic mode for testing the unit.

1) Unplug the stove. Locate the low burn air and air on temp buttons at the bottom of the touch pad. To start diagnostic, plug in the stove and then quickly push these buttons at the same time, then release. A number code will appear in the digital readout, this is the reading for the heat sensor. The blower speed number may change some while displayed. This is normal.

2) At this point press the low burn air button  located at the bottom center of the touchpad. After pushing, a dash appears in the blower speed window.

3) Press the blower speed up arrow , and release, the exhaust blower will come on and you should see a circle in the blower speed and a dash then appears in the heat range.

4) Next, press the blower speed down arrow , this will turn on the room air blower and you will see in the display an 8 in the blower speed and the dash in the heat range

5) Press the heat range down arrow this will turn on the lower auger motor, you will see a circle in the heat range and an 8 in the blower speed.


6) Press the heat range up arrow next, this will start the auger motor, you will see an 8 in both displays at this time.

7) The low burn air button at the bottom center of the control board will turn on the auto igniter element, and the red light above the button will light up when pressed, look through the glass in the front door and watch for 2 to 3 minutes for the igniter to start to glow.


8) To turn off any of these components simply push again the same button that turned it on . To take the unit out of diagnostic mode, unplug the unit and plug it back in, this will reset the control board back into its "run mode".







Warranty

Unfortunately sometimes products do not work like they are supposed to. We offer a 90 day warranty on manufacturer defects. Some manufacturers make this a very simple and easy process unfortunately others do not. Please be advised that warranty claims for these parts may take up to 4 weeks for processing, and customers must cover shipping.

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  • Hi I have an Englander pellet stove and the Auger Feed keeps getting jammed. What are your suggestions? Thank you

    This usually happens when the bottom auger is not spinning fast enough OR the wrong RPM motor was installed in the top position. Both motors should be a 1 RPM CCW rotation. Sometimes the lower motor is worn out so it spins too slow or the assembly is not connected together properly...mainly the set screw that fastens the motor to the auger shaft is not tight so the motors and the auger aren't spinning at the same rate. Lastly, there may be a jam within the two feed tubes that needs to be fully cleared and maybe you've only partially cleaned out what's in there obstructing the feed flow.

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