Harmon Exception insert question....

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by biggins08, Nov 13, 2006.

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    Does anyone know where the air inlet's might be on my stove??? Just want to make sure they are clean! I can't really tell from the diagram on the website...
     
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    Page 6 of the exception manual..... It's not as colorful though :)
     
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    The Exception Insert is what I was looking for. The diagrams do not show where the air comes in. Oh well.
     
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    Do you have a blower on it?
     
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    yes, it comes in from underneath the stove.....check out the air adjuster on the LH side of the stove...that attatches to the air slide, which basically blocks the air intake to a degree, dep on what you set your air at.
     
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    Thanks Harry. Any easy way to check it for blackage?
     
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    due to the weight of the unit, no, its not easy to check for blockage.
     
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