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Lopi Yankee Bay Insert Door Adjustment

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by chris_v, Mar 3, 2008.

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    chris_v New Member

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    Last week my stove started burning badly, and it seemed like the fire wasn't getting enough air. I checked the door seal using a dollar bill as shown in the manual, and found a spot that had a leak. I adjusted the door as said in the manual and couldn't get it perfect. It always ended up with the upper left side leaking some. When I could eventually get that spot right, a leak would then open up somewhere else. I ended up shimming behind the rope seal for now to get a good seal, but I would like to just get it adjusted correctly. Does anyone have some tips on the best way to do this? I've spent a few hours on it already, and it definitely seems like a time consuming process. Thanks!

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