Ok, I haven't updated this thread in a while.
I had the motor on the draft inducer seize up. So, I bought a new inducer and installed it. I adjusted the stock controller that came with the inducer same as I did the original one. Within three days of installing the new one it too had seized. I thought it was a defective motor and was going to shut-down take it off and return it. But before I did so I wanted to confirm it was the motor or the fact that the cheap switch/controller that came with the unit was causing the problem.
I ended up ordering a KB Electronics KBWC-16K (H9001)AC Fan Motor Control. As linked to in this thread: Fasco Blower Wiringhttp://www.amazon.com/KBWC-16K-H9001-Mo ... pd_cp_hi_2
When I got it I first hooked it up to the old draft inducer; the one I originally had, and put power to it. The motor began to immediately spin with the new controller. I then put it on the new inducer that was installed and the motor on that unit too began to turn. The KB Electronics switch is nice as it allows you to also adjust how fast the motor turns with a little potentiometer behind the face plate but it also has circuitry built into it that won't allow the motor to stall from spinning too slow. I'm not sure how this works but I did readjust my motor so it was drawing .07" on the draft gauge but noticed this past week it was too much and I readjusted to .03"* and it is running as smoothly at the lower setting as it was at the high setting.
* - I set the pot to .03" but have it turned up to .04" so that the stove then naturally creates a draft of .05". Without the draft inducer on my draft drops to .01"-.02" even at 500*+.