Harmon XXV - what does this switch do?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by whiskeyrichard, Oct 15, 2008.

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  1. whiskeyrichard

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    There is a rocker switch on the side of stove body inside the door that opens with the controls on it.

    The switch is labeled "Hi" on one side and "Low" on the other.

    What the heck does this switch do? I cannot find reference to it in the manual. Although I was drinking wine when I was going throught the manual, so I suppose I could have missed it ;)

    Russ
     

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    Flip it and let us know. If we don't hear back from you within 10 minutes, we'll call the Fire dept. and give them your address
     
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    it is a higher blower setting. it really will pour out the heat! mine was backwards.....

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    The fan is a two speed motor. The control board sets a variable rate on the fan. You can use the high or low setting to adjust the amount of air circulating from the stove.
     
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    You'll notice the difference with the rocker switch on high, and the dial on the board also on high. I always leave my rocker on high since it doesn't affect the lower speed settings. On full high it's pretty loud.
     
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    That switch on high can really crank out the heat if needed.
     
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