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I also believe this is what they did.
Shame on the epa if their test protocol doesn't actually simulate real conditions.
Same thing as power...
My flame modulates from coals to flames when the thermostat is not calling for heat - hours per bag is good so I don't sweat it.
Mine puts out very little without the blower. Might be better with the surround removed but haven't tried that.
It will run on a small inverter...
Can be done on a 100 amp service but you will need to change out the heating elements and live with a longer recovery time.
Two stacks now - 4 ton of stove chow
Soldering iron is not hot enough and a plumbing torch could be a problem on cast unless you preheat the whole door.
The hole you drilled looks...
3" OD cylinder should be about 5 ton at 2000 psi
Does the motor load up when the ram stops and then let up a fraction of a second later?
If there was any part of the screw sitting proud you can tack weld a nut to it. The welding heat breaks the rust free and allows it to turn.
What size is the cylinder?
Can you get a model number on the pump?
You said that the fluid is clean and red so that's probably not the issue.
How about eating them until they no longer come around?
I had some Instant Heat that should have been named "Where's the Heat"
So, yeah, there are pellets out there that are flat out bad but it's mostly...
When blowing out motors, make certain to lock the rotor. The fans can easily over speed from the compressed air.
A few manuals - can't really help...
I have a build thread around here somewhere - on my phone so search is limited.
Not as hard as you would think - grout covers a multitude of mistakes
Probably not pine in truth, but around here anything with needles gets called pine.
A large portion of my trees are pine and are getting hit hard by beetles.
I won't scrounge pine but it still hits the stacks.
Pile in the picture...
Just look at the switch label - the temperature is printed on it.
I thought I was the only one who uses a digging bar to process wood.
Also use it instead of a wedge to topple trees - plenty of leverage with a...
Want an immediate boost? Clean your blower out regularly. It only takes a small amount of dust to wreck the efficiency of the fan blades
Two corner installs and I don't normally have any issues.
The Traditions stove is a pain to work on without moving it but not necessary.
Very effective and I have around 33' with an offset.
I purchased two full kits as that was cheaper than buying extra rods
I have an offset outlet...
I think I paid $150 to get mine swept - with a 12/12 pitch on a 2-1/2 story colonial, I think it was a good deal.
Now, I sweep it myself with a...
I buy my washers/dryers at the Sears Outlet (scratch and dent)
Less than half price and most are unused (dents/scratches from delivery)
I have live coals in my stove for a very long time after it appears to have burned out. Closing off the flue completely doesn't seem to be a good...
Have a couple - one for the wood insert and a second for the pellet stove. Drying with them doesn't pump conditioned air outside and adds to the...
Newer dryer will dry faster because of better engineered air flow
HE washer helps a lot with the high speed spin cycle - clothes come out almost dry
My older boiler is only 83% efficient on the burner, adding in delivery efficiency and the total efficiency is in the low 70's...
First time I dropped a large (for me - 30"+) pine and the ground shook when it hit cemented a healthy respect for the process.
Just because the lowest setting burns a bag per day does not mean that's what it will use.
My Traditions stove turns itself completely off and on...