After the last storm where the power went off and on 3 to 4 times before going out for 3 days our Baby Countryside will not turn on now that we have our electricity restored. Obliviously something was fried and needs to be replaced. Could sombody out there be so kind to give me some ideas as to what it is and what I should be replacing. I do not have any test meters or know how to use them. Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks
If you have the stove plugged into a surge protector (it should be) , check the surge protector to make sure the power surges didn't blow the protector. If you know the stove is plugged into a live outlet then check the fuse on the circuit board.
Countryside 3500P (pedestal version) used 10 yrs, 24/7 during days requiring heat. All original motors. Burns moldy corn, and pellets equally well. Burn it if you got it.