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How to set a pellet stove

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kinsmanstoves, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. kinsmanstoves

    kinsmanstoves Minister of Fire

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    This is how to set your stove.

    Eric

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  2. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Seems like you like the house to be on the warm side. My temps would be 70, 67,70,67
  3. TheMightyMoe

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    Mine are 60F at night and 64F during the day.

    Dave
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    imacman Guest

    YIKES!!!! !!!
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    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    When its -60, it takes some heat to thaw out.
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    Northwoodneil Feeling the Heat

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    x2 wouldn't want the missus to bit... complain
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  8. kinsmanstoves

    kinsmanstoves Minister of Fire

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    This is the front room where most of the family is when we are home. The kitchen and dinning room is next to it with a wood stove on the opposite wall. Usually 78/80 in there. House is 2500 sqft and on a slab. We have not run the LP furnace in six years.
  9. MSmith66

    MSmith66 Feeling the Heat

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    Nice! What kind of stove are we talking about?
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    Mt. Vernon AE
  11. ChandlerR

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    I have the opposite problem. The wife is hot blooded and I am not (Let's not go there!) We've settled on an average of 68 at all times. Me? I would love 70. She would love 65. That is precisely why I have an electric blanket with dual controls :)
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  12. Mike D

    Mike D Feeling the Heat

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    Those are some warm temps. If the bedroom is above 67 I have trouble sleeping because it's too warm. If the main floor tstat is above 70 I am down to a t-shirt and thinking about putting on the shorts.

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