Blowers & Feed Motors

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Pacific Energy pellet and woodstove blowers, fan, and motors. We offer convection fans, distribution blowers, combustion blowers, exhaust fan motor kits, and auger feed motors.

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For the Pacific Energy PS45 Warmland, True North TN40, True North TN40 Insert, and Warmland Classic models, we offer two different combustion blower, exhaust fan motor kits replacing part number RP5024503. Both options will include the motor, mounting gasket, mounting plate, and fan paddle impeller. You will utilize your existing blower housing with our kits. If the exhaust housing is removed for maintenance or service, be sure to inspect and replace the mount gasket when needed. If the housing is staying in-tact and you are only removing the motor for maintenance, be sure to inspect and replace the round 6″ gasket if needed. The combustion blower in your Pacific Energy pellet stove is pulling air through the burnpot, up past the heat exchange tubes, forcing out the exhaust flue gases. As the combustion motor starts to weaken or fail you will start to notice a lazy fire, pellet fuel build-up, and possibly vacuum switch errors not allowing fuel to feed after start-up. You can use a standard voltage meter to check the combustion fan voltage during start-up and operation. Please note that ash build-up in the stove and venting is the #1 cause for service calls. If your fire is starting to look lazy/sooty, always start with performing a thorough cleaning of the stove and exhaust venting, and double checking your gasket seals. When it comes time to replace, see our helpful guide video below for installation assistance.

If you have a Pacific Energy Wood Insert, Summit, or Super 27 model, we offer the complete convection fan replacement with the housing as well as a motor only replacement option for part numbers PERP.50246 and 80000906. For Pacific Energy pellet stove models, we offer the snail-style convection fan replacement for the PS45 Warmland and the Warmland Classic models replacing part number 5024.504. The convection fan (also referred to as the distribution blower or room-air fan motor) circulates air through the heat exchange tubes, distributing the heated air into the room. As our convection fan wears over time, we will often notice abnormal noise coming from the motor, poor air distribution, and potentially our high limit switch tripping if the heat is unable to be dispersed properly (pellet stove models). All convection fans will have impellers wheels; it's important that we are regularly cleaning the impeller wheel from dust, hair, and accumulated debris. There will be a square gasket used on the 'snail-style' convection fan blower; be sure to inspect and replace when needed. If you are replacing a snail-style convection fan, see our general guide video below.

Pacific Energy PS45 Warmland, True North TN40, True North TN40 Insert, and Warmland Classic models will use a 1 RPM clockwise rotation auger feed motor replacing part number RP5001003. The auger feed motor operates in line with the control board, intermittently turning to churn pellet fuel up the auger shaft dropping them down the feed chute into the burnpot. As our auger motor starts to wear out it will often make squealing or grinding noises when in operation, have inconsistencies with fuel feed, or we'll see more frequent auger jams. Keep in mind there are several safety switches and sensors in your Pacific Energy stove that will shut down the auger motor if they trip or are faulty. If your auger motor is not running at all, you can create a test cord and run to direct power to determine if the issue is with the motor or something else. See our helpful videos below on creating a test cord and general auger motor installation.