I have a Quadrafire Remington in my finished basement that the previous owners of my home installed, however I wonder if it has been adjusted properly. I'm hoping some of you guys might have tips or tricks on how to squeeze maximum efficiency from the unit. For example, it seems that the fireplace would burn a good amount of time before the fan kicks on, losing the opportunity to pull heat from the unit. Presuming this was the limit switch, I bought an adjustable from Grainger and set the lower limit downward closer to 100F, and repositioned it closer to the center where the burners are, to get the convection fan to kick on sooner and run longer. That seems to help, but only so much. Another possibility is that the unit is perhaps buring too 'rich' because my fuel consumption has been particularly high. All the adjustable 'slider' air vents are closed - does that sound right? I've gone through 100 gallons (@ $3/gallon) in about six weeks to heat a 30sqft basement bedroom. Granted, the room is partially below grade and we've had a (very!) cold winter, but it just seems a lot. Upstairs, I run an Austroflamm Integra pellet stove, so the main floor of the house is heated so that there ought to be little to no loss from convection as the heat rises. Anyway, just wondering if this thing is adjusted right and what you guys can suggest to extend the heating dollar. Thanks in advance!