I'm linking a 10-second clip to a burn in progress for our Pacific Energy insert below. I love the stove and it puts off a great amount of heat for us, especially during this Northeast cold snap. Being new to Pacific Energy (installed late Oct. 2012), I'm wondering if this burn rate is normal for PE? It's dampered down to as low as it can go. I put three good size splits in about 1.5 hrs. prior to filming and never adjusted the damper from it's lowest setting. I feel there might be too much flame and I've never been able to achieve a good secondary burn that I used to enjoy from Jotul F100 at a former residence. Our chimney is a good 30-35 feet. For my overnight burns, I go about 9 hours. In the morning, there is still some good coals in the far back of the firebox, so getting a fire going in the morning is never an issue. Maybe everything is normal and I'm just looking for reassurance. But if this is not normal, I'm wondering why? My three ideas are: 1. Too much draft due to the height of the chimney. 2. Improper installation. 3. Me being a big dummy by not operating the stove properly. Any PE owners out there that can chime in?