This is the authentic Whitfield factory produced control panel with a full one year warranty! Part# 12055902
***PLEASE NOTE: SPECIAL ORDER "FACTORY ONLY" PART(S)-NO RETURNS*** Factory only parts are subject to delay and extended lead times, they ship as soon as available via method chosen at checkout.
This control panel fits these Whitfield Pellet Stoves:
- Advantage Plus Freestanding
- Advantage II-T and III
The original control panel was silver with knobs. This is the factory upgrade and the older model is not being made. The following changes are needed to replace the factory original with this newer version. Remove current sensing relay as it has been removed as a redundant safety feature that did more harm than good. Remove the white and black wires to terminal #6 & #7 and replace them with the wires going to the relay. For more information on this change refer to the links listed below.
Whitfield Advantage Series Pellet Stove Replacement Control Board - Control panel
This board has the standard 6 pin molex pin connector like the original
3 speed manual control or thermostat option.
Start up/prime button included
30 day warranty coverage (returns will not receive refund or credit if there is appearance of electrical damage during testing showing burn marks on panel)
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An OPEN failure is indicated by the inability of the stove to run longer than 30 min. It is too common for control panels to be replaced when it is only this sensor that has failed!
We also offer a control panel rebuilding service. Click here for that service.
If you are replacing an older rotary dial type of control panel DOWNLOAD the manufacturer's recommendations for FREE!
Click on the links below to get this information.
Circuit Board Retrofit
Panel Current Sensing Relay Removal
Control Panel Change
Control Boards are NOT returnable, please be sure you really need one before ordering!!
original "customer number" 12025902"
shop notes- 13-1125-EPP$399
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 May, 2008.