Location of test hole M55 Cast Help

RCR Posted By RCR, Feb 17, 2013 at 2:31 PM

  1. RCR

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    Received a manometer this week and have the stove cranking on high at the moment. I have searched a ton of threads. I can only find the hole that exists on the side of the ash pan. Is this the best to test? I saw a post about a hole above the door but I can find or dont have one. Thanks in advance
     
  2. skinanbones

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    the hole at the side of the ash pan will work fine or if you have a small diameter metal end for your hose you can shut the door on that
     
  3. whlago

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    The owner's manual (pg. 9) states to to use 1/8 inch hole on the right side of the ash pan....so you should be all set.
     
  4. corkman

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    your owners manual is you friend.read it from cover to cover
     
  5. SmokeyTheBear

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    Naw, can't be .
     
  6. Woody1911a1

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    that is "the" place to test . vacuum off the vacuum switch line will give you an erroneous reading .

    download the manual from enviro and this maybe ?is the stove where the manual is wrong about the side of the stove that the port (hole) is on :)
     

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