Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by abrucerd, Feb 15, 2013.
Maximum' s are forming turds too. Only the hardwoods in my stove.
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Sideways too boot!
Prolly why its turdin, Must be a Harman thing?
Pellet removal service is still an option.
Nice try Jt. I'll keep the turds
Snowy, that's just precious right there.
This is the first year that I have had the turds in the Harmon. Large ones that it has difficulty passing. This is also the first year I had a pallet of stove chow throw out some green and dark yellow flame. On my 3rd pallet of chow this season and this pallet has a different and lighter color than the others. I run the harmon at 5 to 5.5 stove temp most of the time. At least there are no skid marks on the glass. LOL
I was the one who started the whole smartstove thing. When I said it I was more referring to the use of the esp in maintaining a steady heat output regardless of the pellet.
Having said that, I do find that the room temp is steady to within one degree. Every setup is different I guess.
Never thought this whole smartstove thing would create such conversation....
No clinkers or turds in my stove. Ash gets pushed off the front of the burnpot in my stove and doesn't cling on.
You sure that wasn't Dane Harman?
All of the box store pellets I have tried do not create turds. But yes I agree emptying the ash pan once more per season than I would if I bought the super premium pellets is no biggie to me either. Clean my stove regularly so that's not a game changer either.
Very well could have. Never was mentioned here before anyway.
apparently, you just dont speak Harmanese.......dont blame your own deficiencies on the unit
Is that why all you techs have DDM's? You all can't understand em either!
think of the DDM as the Rosetta Stove for Harmanese....
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