Here's a hack people can try...
When the Coal-trol is setup for using the igniter (SETUP -> IGN setting M), it will keep the motors off when power returns.
You can select the "M" setting for IGN in the SETUP menu, even without having the igniter installed. Since you switched it to "M" from "N" the control will assume that the fire is still going from when it was in the "N" setting. Run with it as you normally would in this mode. When the power goes out and comes back on, the Coal-trol will assume that the fire went out, turn off all the motors, and wait for the user to initiate an IGNITE sequence. Since you don't have the igniter, you can go back into the SETUP menu, go to IGN and select "N" and then "M" again. This will reset the unit back to non-igniter mode and then back to igniter manual mode, which will force it to assume there is a fire going and start working normally again.
Obviously, if you have or get an igniter, all the IGN setting voodoo isn't needed, just use the IGNITE and BRNOUT items in the extended menu to start and stop the fire/stove.