All- We have been heating our basement with this fisher that came with the house yet no manuals. Growing up on a farm and heating the house with wood has provided some basic knowledge about fire, wood type, and damping. The fisher damper control on the stove we have has several positions and inspection of the damper seems to allow for more of an opening than what I have seen in the pot belly stoves. Question: What is the recommended damper and air input position for slow burn of wood? We fill the stove up with wood at 9:00 pm, set the damper to next to last setting on the pull rod, open the intake vent on 1 side about 1.5 turns and we have no fire in the morning. The Draw still seems aggressive given the damper appears closed.... Any suggestions?