New England: Wed = cleaning day

briansol Posted By briansol, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:01 AM

  1. briansol

    briansol
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    I, of all people, forgot to turn mine off before i left for work this morning.

    maybe it will be off when i get home from the thermostat and i can do the clearning that i wanted to tonight.
     
  2. heat seeker

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    49 degrees out today - cleaned the stove, vent, did the LBT. Ready for the next ton!
     
  3. silverfox103

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    As planned, I cleaned my P68, and I cleaned the ESP probe. Boy, what a difference that made; I cleaned it with that glass conditioner by Rutland. Flames were higher than I've seen them in a long time. I have to confess that I never have cleaned the probe, I will be cleaning it on a regular basis now.

    Tom C.
     
  4. Hoot23

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    All cleaned. Up and running again.
     
  5. MikeinRI

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    My first cleaning.

    Burned about 35 bags so far and did my first cleaning today. Ash bucket was about 2/3 full and thats with me pushing everyhting I could into it. The only thing I found that had me worried was that after removing the plate with the 2 thumb screws I gently vacumed that out but found out there are wires in there. Sure is tough to get all the ash of that area.

    What is a good interval to clean the ESP probe? any link on the instructions?
     

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