Breckwells Hand Held Remote?

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    If you have one on your breckwell pellet stove, can you program the stove to turn on at a preset time??


    Thank you John
     
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    If you stove is thermostat ready
    you can put any kind of millivolt or 24 volt thermostat on it
    wired or wireless
    Set back or standard.
    it does not have to be from breckwell
    we used Skytech http://www.skytechsystem.com/
    I do not recommend using most pellet stoves in the ON and OFF mode
    the Hi low mode is much more reliable.
    You can search my other post for reasons why.
     
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    Thank you hearthtools. I like the low to high better myself. I would or was thinking about having it turn on at like 4am. that way when i get up,its warm! I will look into what you have given me.

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    Hi low mode will not Start the stove
    it will only turn it down to low when it dont need heat and turn it to what you have your feed rate at when it is calling for heat
     
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    Hi low mode will not Start the stove
    it will only turn it down to low when it dont need heat and turn it to what you have your feed rate at when it is calling for heat[/quote]


    I understand that. I will turn off the stove late when i go to bed. I will let the Big e run all night under my room to keep me warm. I need the stove to turn on before i get up to warm that area. As it runs i will have it on High low during the day.

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    I understand that. I will turn off the stove late when i go to bed. I will let the Big e run all night under my room to keep me warm. I need the stove to turn on before i get up to warm that area. As it runs i will have it on High low during the day.

    John[/quote]
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    so you will run it in the ON and off mode and night
    and the hi low mode in the day.

    That is a good idea.
     
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    John[/quote]
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    so you will run it in the ON and off mode and night
    and the hi low mode in the day.

    That is a good idea.[/quote]


    I hope so. John
     
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