2,000 Sq. Ft. Evolution Pellet Stove Owner's Manual
Our pellet stoves have a reputation for long-lasting, heat-producing performance that can comfortably heat your home for years to come.
In addition, we intentionally design our stoves so that maintenance can be performed quickly and easily -- just be sure to ...
Below you will see a playlist of all of our service videos for this stove. If you wish to see a specific video from our archive select the playlist button at the top left of the video screen and select the one you need from the list there.
This is a video from the pipe manufacturer showin...
Ash Removal and Disposal
Press the "OFF" button and allow the stove to complete the shut-down cycle
Open the front panel, then the main door of the stove and use an old paint brush or putty knife to move ash from around the burn pot into the open areas beside the cradle. Use a lo...
Control Board Wiring
There are 8 different control boards which have been used on England's pellet units select the applicable control board for your unit.
The PU-CB93 was a knob controlled circuit board that was used on stoves built in 1997 and prior. (Click here for PU-CB93 wiring ch...
Diagnostic Test Mode
Units built from 2004 to present have a diagnostic test mode built into the circuit board. This can be used to test the individual electrical components of the unit.
WARNING: This mode can not be used to operate the stove! Attempting to burn this unit in this mode can cause...
My Stove is Burning Dirty.
My Stove is Sooting.
My Exhaust is Smoking Heavily.
Bad pellets, wet or old pellets, pellets which have been wet will not burn as clean or as hot. Try using a different bag of pellets especially if the ones being used ar...
Do you have a basic diagram and parts list? (Models with EP in model number)
Click Here for an exploded view and parts list of our pellet units with 'EP' in the model number. Freestanding and Fireplace Insert diagrams are included.
E-1 (Vacuum Loss)
Pellet stoves require a clean "un-resisted" flow of combustion air to perform safely and efficiently. The E-1 code is for vacuum loss; it happens when the flow of exhaust is not sufficient to hold the “flue blockage” switch closed.
The unit has a 6 amp 125 volt fuse located on the control board which protects the unit from most power spikes
England's stove works does strongly recommend the use of a surge protector with our pellet units as an added protection. Some spikes...
Fuel Feed Related Problems
All England's stove works pellet units use a two auger feed system. This system feeds the fuel though at a rate determined by the control board settings. The upper auger located at the bottom of the hopper runs intermittently. The lower auger which brings the pellets from the...
One of the biggest keys to getting peak performance from your pellet unit is gasket maintenance. Our pellet units are designed to pull combustion air in through the fire and eject the exhaust out through the vent pipe.
The gaskets which seal around the window (AC-GGK), the door (AC-DGKN...