A1Stoves.com is offering a series on instructional posts to help our customers fix their Whitfield Profile 20, Whitfield Profile 30, Whitfield Cascade, and Traditions pellet stoves. Today’s post includes some helpful information about the units and also the wiring diagram for each of the pellet stoves.
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The Profile 20 & 30 product lines, as well as the Cascade model, are sheet metal in construction. The Profile 20 & 30 models contain a separate motor for combustion and convection air movement. The Cascade has one motor that drives two fans on a single shaft. All models are top feed, negative pressure combustion units. The Cascade has legs, while the Profile 20 & 30 freestanding models are on a pedestal. Each model contains ash slides and an ash drawer. The Profile 20 & 30 models are fully automatic and come standard with a thermostat and wire.
The Traditions line is a metal firebox housed within a cast body. There are three-baked porcelain enamel styles. They are Mojave Sand, Hunter Green, and Ebony Black. A fourth model is painted black cast. There are two motors for air movement, the combustion motor and convection motor. The top of the appliance directs convection air down to the hearth. These all come with legs and are fully automatic, standard equipped with thermostat and wire. There are ash slides and an ash drawer. A damper control handle is located behind the ash drawer on the right side facing the appliance.
Below is the wiring diagram for the Cascade, Profile Series and Traditions pellet stoves:
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