Ash Turds

abrucerd Posted By abrucerd, Feb 15, 2013 at 9:02 AM

  1. Hoot23

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    Maximum' s are forming turds too. Only the hardwoods in my stove.
     
  2. mralias

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    Sideways too boot!
     
  3. jtakeman

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    Prolly why its turdin, Must be a Harman thing?

    Pellet removal service is still an option. ;) :p
     
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  4. Hoot23

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    Nice try Jt. I'll keep the turds
     
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  5. CT Pellet

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    Snowy, that's just precious right there.
     
  6. FS1971

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    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
     
  7. mepellet

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    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.
     
  8. mepellet

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    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.
     
  9. CT Pellet

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    You sure that wasn't Dane Harman?:rolleyes:
     
  10. mepellet

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    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.
     
  11. mepellet

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    Very well could have. Never was mentioned here before anyway.
     
  12. CT Pellet

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    just goofing.........()
     
  13. Lousyweather

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    apparently, you just dont speak Harmanese.......dont blame your own deficiencies on the unit
     
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  14. jtakeman

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    Is that why all you techs have DDM's? You all can't understand em either! :p
     
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  15. Lousyweather

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    think of the DDM as the Rosetta Stove for Harmanese....
     
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