A simple way to address this problem is to purchase a special surge suppressor. Like the ones you get to protect your electronics, it looks like a power bar with multiple receptacles. However you want to make sure that the one you get, to supply all the AC power to the stove (your CoalTroal power box), has the option, where at least one of the receptacles will go OFF line and stay OFF line when the power comes back on. They give this option so that that the electronics are not subjected to multiple on and off cycles that sometimes happen when the power company is trying to restore the power. At any rate this is an inexpensive, non-technical way to achieve what you are looking for. The one I use is an older model (5719) from the Woods company (now part of coleman) and I did not see it for sale anywhere... So whichever one you purchase, just make sure there is a manual reset, that is required, after a power outage, to allow AC power back into that receptacle. This can be tested by flipping your ciruit breaker off and back on, to see what happens on the surge protector receptacle side.