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I use my bandsaw with a metal cutting blade, black and decker moto tool with a cutoff disk, not the little cheezy ones that break, or the old standby jewelers saw frame with the tiny blades I used to cut brass. I never had any problems cutting them. You could always drill a line of holes, connect th...
- Fri Feb 04, 2005 4:30 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Whitfield Pellet Stove, Motor Won't Start!
- Replies: 8
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Buffalo pellets? Don't you mean chips? The only animals I know that drop pellets are rabbits and goats. Find the fan sensor near the top of the stove and jumper over it to see if the fan works. Other than that, you just may not be getting it hot enough to turn on the fan. It won't come on until a ce...