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Re: traeger problem


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Posted by Rusty on October 08, 2011 at 01:25:26:

In Reply to: traeger problem posted by hoggy style on October 07, 2011 at 20:12:31:

That's actually to flag you a failure has happened with one of the components (auger, fan, etc). If you contact support they'd have you do the following:

Steps for troubleshooting blown fuses or GFI tripping:
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1. Unplug the grill from power

2. Locate the wiring under the Pellet Hopper behind the controller.

3. Carefully snip the zip ties holding the wires together, if necesary.

4. Disconnect the Red/white and Purple/white wires from the Molex connectors, leaving the Orange/white wires connected.

5. Plug the grill into power

6. Turn on the grill

7. If fuse does not pop go to step 8 - If the fuse pops the induction fan will need to be replaced and you will need to contact Traeger Service Department at 1-800-872-3437 for replacement

8. Unplug the grill from power

9. Connect the Red/White wires to the Molex connector with the red dot on it

10. Plug the grill into power

11. Turn on the grill

12. If fuse does not pop go to step 13 -If the fuse pops the auger motor will need to be replaced and you will need to contact Traeger Service Department at 1-800-872-3437 for replacement

13. Unplug the grill from power

14. Connect the Purple/White wires to the White/White wires Molex connector

15. Plug the grill into power

16. Turn on the grill

17. If fuse pops then the issue is the Hot Rod and you will need to contact Traeger Service Department at 1-800-872-3437 for replacement

Good luck.



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