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Settings on your eko 25

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by ihookem, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. ihookem

    ihookem Minister of Fire

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    I have been posting on this thread on why my EKO 25 had a hard time keeping up when it's cold. It dawned on me that I can't remember what settings were when I got it so I start playing with thsettings. Problem is I don't know what is best or even what is default. What do you all program your settings to. This might be part of the problem. I read someone on this thread using 5 for Hesterises (SP) I had it on 3 and goes to 10. This may be part of my problem I have now idea what they even mean . Thanks. ihookem.

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  2. taxidermist

    taxidermist Minister of Fire

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    Thanks , I don't remember getting a manual . I understand a bit better.
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    stee6043 Minister of Fire

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    Do not pass go and check out the "fine tuning the EKO" thread sticky in the boiler room. I'd recommend starting with your air settings. Zero them out and then go with what has worked for some others in that thread to start with. I don't think many of the electronic controls will impact your boilers ability to "keep up" unless you've spun the dial to reduce the output temp significantly.

    Also note that once your in the menu on the EKO controller you can go to "PROD" and hit okay to reset all controls back to factory default.
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    Also how dry is your wood your using?
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    Very dry wood. I think it's ok the way I got it set up but will also try default. Thanks.!!

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