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10-cpm dirty stove issue

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by sculptor, Nov 24, 2012.

  1. imacman

    imacman Guest

    P. 16 of the owners manual has all the info on how to change modes, plus the #'s for each.

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  2. Indiana

    Indiana Feeling the Heat

    Dec 5, 2010
    Ever since the hurricane, my cpm has been running a little odd also.We had multiple power failures, some for 5 days or more. Sometimes my cpm resets to corn mode #5. I reset it to #1 and did a restart. Not much changed so I continue to run on 1-2-3. I did another reset this morning. Instead of pressing the blower speed up/down I pressed heat range up/down by mistake. The letter "c" appeared in the display. I fumbled with the up/down buttons and a "p" appeared. Is this also a corn/pellet setting? Giving it a try. If anyone has any insite on this let us cpm owners know. Mike H. might have help.
  3. jrsdws

    jrsdws Feeling the Heat

    Feb 9, 2011
    Central Illinois
    #1 for pellets
    #5 for corn
    #6 for cherry pits

    The manual makes no mention of any other setting numbers. Mine came shipped set on #3 and resets to #3.

    I don't recall details, but I remember it burned like chit. Imacman helped with the trouble shooting and to put me in mode #1 for pellets and then all was well.

    Does the OP's stove have a tstat on it? If not, is the jumper installed? That stove loses its mind without that jumper.
    DexterDay likes this.
  4. PatsFan76

    PatsFan76 New Member

    Oct 10, 2012
    Central Maine
    Just wanted to throw my two cent's in. I have been having a similar issue with my TRCPM and have been following all the advice the Good Folks here have freely given and i stumbled upon something today.
    I just happened to look at the plate inside the door to the left that holds the door latch and there was a huge hole about 3/8 inch wide so the latch pin has room to move. After plugging off the hole my stove has been running like a champ. I have been burning for 12 hours now and the glass hardly has a spec on it also the flame is lively and bright.
    Might be worth a look.

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