What is OEM & AMP?
"OEM" or Original Equipment Manufacturer are parts that the stove manufacturer makes themselves or outsources from other suppliers for their specific stove models. When you order replacement parts for your pellet stove directly from a manufacturer or it’s retailers you can be certain that these parts will be “OEM”.
"AMP" is an acronym that stands for After Market Parts. This is equipment that is sourced out directly which cuts out the stove manufacturers hefty markup. AMP equipment works exactly the same as its OEM counterpart, especially when you’re looking at blowers, igniters, fire backs, switches, gaskets and controls, as quite often, they are made by the same exact manufacturer that supplied the OEM parts as you will see with many “Fasco” blowers and “Gleason Avery” auger motors.
Here at Stove Parts 4 Less we like to offer you the choice of the OEM and the AMP version of products whenever possible to save you money. In some cases we like to offer multiple versions of the AMP part where they are made by the same manufacturer as the original or an alternative version at an even lower price. Click here for more on Explaining the difference between OEM and AMP parts for your pellet stove.
This product comes with a 6-month warrenty 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.Click here to submit a warranty claim for this item.
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- Accentra Insert
6-month warrenty 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.Click here to submit a warranty claim for this item.
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Stove not working in room temp mode. It does work in stove temp mode. Any reason why?
I suspect that your room sensor is the problem. The first thing I will ask you to check is that the room sensor is securely attached to the spade connectors of the room sensor terminal on the back of your stove. Once you have checked this area for proper connection, inspect the condition of the wire itself. If there are any breaks or tears in the protective cover of the wires this may indicate that there is damage to the wire that would not allow the sensor at the end to properly transmit temperature to the control board. Sometimes the damage is not visible or the sensor has simply failed.
I would also like to mention if you are attempting to run the stove in room temp mode and the temperature in the room is already at the desired temperature the stove will not come on until the temperature in the room drops. In addition to this if you have the room sensor located in an area that is warmer then the rest of the room (ie near base board heat or sunny window where the sun rays are heating it) then it is reading the temperature at that location and not the actual room temperature.
For most Harman Pellet Stoves, other than the Absolute 43/63 and the Allure 50, Harman uses the same Room Sensor. The replacement part can be found here: https://pellet-stove-parts-4less.com/products/harman-room-temp-sensor-fits-all-pellet-models-3-20-00906
Our stove will not turn off anymore on its own we have to unplug it from the wall. What does it need a new control panel or sensor?
Will this for Kevin Harman Invincible T free-standing
Unfortunately, Harman has discontinued the control board for the Invincible T part number 3-20-00600. There is no upgrade kit available for it. You may be able to take the board to your local electronics shop and they may be able to rebuild it. But the board you are asking about will not work in your stove.