25-PDV Heat Range A,B,C,D?

fastgm400 Posted By fastgm400, Jan 30, 2010 at 5:50 AM

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  1. fastgm400

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    What is it actually supposed to be? I was told that it was supposed to be "C" so I put it there. It was on "A" previously. It looks to be a better burn than before. Can any one school me, I couldn't find very much info on this. A break down of what A-D are would be nice.
     
  2. speedoboy31

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    a being the most heat output/d being the least. i believe they change the upper auger time and combustion blower rpms proportionally. mine was shipped in d setting-------switched to c and have much more heat and pellet consumption.
     
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    That is really wierd, I get way more heat on "C" than I ever did on "A". I always seem to burn 9 Heat 9 Fan with the settings below being 5-3-1 sometimes 6-4-1 I wonder why A isn't hotter in my case. Everything was torn apart and cleaned very well so it's not because it's dirty.
     
  4. imacman

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    IMO, leave the stove in the mode it came with from the factory. I'm sure thay are much more qualified to determine what the fuel/air ratio is supposed to be with their stoves.

    If you are not 100% sure what mode it came with from the factory, do a complete board re-set. If you don't know how to do that, put a post up, and I'll tell you how.
     
  5. rottiman

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    Simple enough, call the tech line, give em the serial# and date of manufacture(located on inside of hopper lid), they will be happy to tell you what the factory setting should be.
     
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