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  1. scruffy

    scruffy Member

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    I've been tweaking my Englander's low air and low feed settings to get the best economical pellet burn. Been high and low from 4 through 7 on the feed and always higher on the air by one or two. I'm burning Pennington pellets now.

    My flame color at full flame is a darker color yellow around the pellets and blends into a light straw color as it peaks out of the burn box about 6 inches. The stove settings are at the recommenced 6-4-1 for this color. I noticed different settings give a different colored flame, what does your best burn flame look like?

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  2. MCPO

    MCPO Minister of Fire

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    Take a gander here,
    It might help you as much as anything else.
    Be sure to read the last paragraph.

    http://www.coolquiz.com/trivia/explain/docs/flame.asp
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