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

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by fastgm400, Jan 30, 2010.

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  1. fastgm400

    fastgm400 New Member

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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.

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  2. speedoboy31

    speedoboy31 New Member

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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.
  3. fastgm400

    fastgm400 New Member

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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

    imacman Guest

    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

    rottiman Minister of Fire

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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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