Learning how to use TStat...and Thanks!

bostonfan49 Posted By bostonfan49, Nov 12, 2011 at 8:35 PM

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  1. bostonfan49

    bostonfan49
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    Boy I'm glad I found this forum....1st, thanks to all who replied!!! So in no particular.....Yes, when you shut the stove off manually the fire flames out and the stove goes into a 20 min fan cool/shut down.....I take it that if I am in Hi/Lo and I turn the Tstat all the way down, the stove will go to LO and basically just stay there. If I am in Auto/Off and I turn the Tstat all the way down, the stove will go to LO and if no call for heat after 30 min...then it should shut down. I think I got It and will check it out. Thanks....Bill
     
  2. jtakeman

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    I think you got it!

    Did you get a programmable stat?
     
  3. bostonfan49

    bostonfan49
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    No programmable stat yet, probably in the next few weeks as I get used to the stove. I want to post my M55 as an Avitar as soon as I can figure that out! One of you guys suggested that I turn the feed trim down from 3 to 2 to get a little bit more efficient burn and a slightly cleaner glass...if I understood correctly. Bill
     
  4. jtakeman

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    Yes feed trim down will help with the dirty glass, Or you could also use the combustion blower trim up.

    What brand of fuel are you burning?
     
  5. Don2222

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    Hello

    If you get a programmable T-Stat, then make sure you get one made for a pellet stove that has a "Swing Temp" setting. :)
     
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