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Summers Heat Room Blower Fading??

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kdp7462, Jan 29, 2008.

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  1. kdp7462

    kdp7462 Member

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    Hi All
    I am hoping that someone can help to see if my Englander 55sph-22 room blower may be going out on me. I have been running it for just over a year now and it has performed flawlessly! Recently however, I have noticed that I can no longer "feel" the air coming out of the top as much as I previously had. You now have to be literally right on it to feel any of the air. I am, and have been running it at between 7 and 9 blower speed. I don't know if this is part of the problem...too much "use"? I run it on feed rate of 1 and the blower like I said between 7-9...this seemed to give me more heat while not using a whole lot of pellets. Do you guys think that I need a new blower from Englander..or is there some adjustments I can make? Thanks for all replies in advance!

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  2. pegdot

    pegdot New Member

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    I'd recommend giving the room blower a good cleaning before you do anything else. In a years time, especially if you have pets, that blower can become really dirty which can slow it down. If cleaning it doesn't fix the problem give Mike at ESW a shout.
  3. petejung

    petejung New Member

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    Definately give it a good cleaning first. I can see dust bunnies on mine and really want to go in there and clean it, but I'm getting close to the end of our heating season (hopefully), and am trying to see if I can make it last until then, and only have to clean it once... I'm lazy, what can I say.
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