byrdy11 wrote:You know, looking at your picture, I realize that I dont have any screws there at all. The pusher bar was what was jamming up on me all along and nothing was wrong with the motor. The pusher bar has a slot that fits over the cam and the whole thing slides in and the two screws hold it to the stove. There are no screws for mine in that region where I see yours. Different stove (mine is a keystoker 90) I guess. When I look in there I can see the four screws that hold the motor to the plate-I took that apart and cleaned out the coal ash that put it all back together. I found the manual for my stove and the only thing I did wrong was I didnt disconnect teh wires from the motor. It is a pretty neat design.
Mine is also a Keystoker 90, so yours should look almost exactly like mine. If you are missing those screws on the side of the pusher block, that could be the reason yours is binding up - they are to help guide the block and prevent it from getting all sideways in the slot.
The screws on mine when I got it were long gone - only some plastic residue remained from where they had melted out due to some improper draft and burning from the previous owner.....