Blowers & Feed Motors

Country Stoves

Country Winslow PS40 and Winslow PI40 pellet stove blowers, fans, and motor replacements. We carry convection fan/distribution blowers, combustion blower/exhaust fan motors, and auger feed motors.

Showing all 13 results

  • Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PS40 Convection Fan Distribution Blower Assembly

    $102.99
    Add to cart
  • Pellethead Replacement Whitfield, Lennox, Iron Strike 1 RPM Clockwise Auger Feed Motor

    $46.99
    Add to cart
  • Whitfield, Lennox & Iron Strike 1 RPM Clockwise Auger Feed Motor, Aftermarket

    $99.00
    Add to cart
  • Whitfield, Lennox, Iron Strike 1 RPM Clockwise Auger Feed Motor, Aftermarket

    $99.00
    Add to cart
  • Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PS40 Convection Distribution Blower Fan Assembly, OEM

    $168.00
    Read more
  • Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PI40 & Epic Convection Distribution Room Air Blower Fan Assembly, OEM

    $189.95
    Read more
  • Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PI40 Combustion Blower Exhaust Fan Motor Assembly, OEM

    $176.00
    Read more
  • Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PS40 Combustion Exhaust Blower Fan, OEM

    $193.00
    Read more
  • Pellethead Replacement Country/Iron Strike/Lennox Winslow PS40 Combustion Exhaust Blower Fan

    $147.99
    Add to cart
  • Pellethead Replacement Winslow PS40 & PI40 Combustion Blower Exhaust Fan Motor Kit

    $99.00
    Add to cart
  • Country, Iron Strike, Lennox Winslow PS40 & PI40 Combustion Blower Exhaust Fan Motor Kit, Aftermarket

    $149.00
    Add to cart
  • Replacement Auger Feed Motor, 1 RPM Clockwise, Aftermarket *REFURBISHED*

    $59.99
    Read more
  • Pellethead Replacement Auger Feed Motor, 1 RPM Clockwise *REFURBISHED*

    $27.99
    Read more

Country Winslow PS40 models will have a different combustion blower and convection fan to the Winslow PI40. There are different housings based on the stove's configuration. Both of these models will use the same auger feed motor. The combustion blower, also referred to as the exhaust fan or draft motor, is pulling air through the burnpot, up past the heat exchange tubes, down the rear firewall, expelling the exhaust gases out of the flue vent pipe. As our combustion blower wears we will often notice issues during start-up with the ignition process and vacuum switch locking in. We may notice abnormal noises during operation or weak voltage output resulting in a lazy/sooty flame. Be sure to inspect and clean your combustion blower and housing during your routine maintenance. The Winslow PS40 will use combustion blower H6018, and the Winslow PI40 will use combustion blower H6019. We offer OEM and aftermarket options for both of these blowers. If you are purchasing one of our combustion blower kits, you will be utilizing your existing housing so the motor kit will work for both the PS40 and PI40 models. See our video below for installation on the combustion blower kit.

The Country Winslow PS40 convection fan will be part number H5884, and the Winslow PI40 convection fan will be part number H5888. Also referred to as the distribution blower or room-air fan, the convection fan circulates air through the heat exchange tubes dispersing the heated air into the room. As this motor gets weak over time we may notice our high limit switch tripping, abnormal noise during operation, weak heat output, or failure of the motor. If your convection fan isn't operating at all, you can test the motor to direct power by creating a test cord (video below). The low limit blower switch is in-line with the convection fan and will not allow it to operate if the switch is tripped or faulty. Be sure to regularly inspect and clean your convection fan; compressed air and a dry paint brush are great tools for removing dust and debris from the motor windings and fan impeller wheel. Check out our helpful guide video below for cleaning and replacing your convection fan.

Both the Country Winslow PS40 and Winslow PI40 models will use a 1 RPM clockwise rotation auger feed motor, part H5886. The auger motor works in tandem with the control board and heat settings selected. The auger motor will intermittently rotate churning pellet fuel up the auger shaft and down into the burnpot. The high limit switch, low limit proof of fire switch, and vacuum switch are all safety sensors that are in line with the auger feed motor. If any of these switches are tripped or faulty, the auger motor will not operate. You can run your auger motor to direct power by following along with the test cord video above. As the auger motor becomes weak over time we will often notice abnormal noise during operation, frequent auger jams, inconsistency with fuel delivery, or failure of the motor. When it comes time to replace, follow along with our auger motor installation video below.