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Thermostat 55-SHP22L

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by taqui10, Oct 22, 2008.

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  1. taqui10

    taqui10 New Member

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    I Would LIke to know what thermostat should I get for my Summers Heat 55-SHP22L.
    Also if I will have any problems with it right now I am using 1.25 bags in a day at the lowest setting about how much will I save?
    Is it worth it?
    Thanx

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  2. rap69ri

    rap69ri New Member

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    I use a Rite-Temp model 6022 I bought at HD for $29. The stove is set to go into its lowest setting when heat isn't being called for, so I would think that this feature will save you fuel in the long run. Last year I kept my feed rate at 3 and went through about 3.5 tons for the winter, so hopefully I can cut that back some. In order to modify your settings to burn 1 bag/day you should call Englander support. They helped me get my settings so my stove burned more efficiently on low settings.

    Good luck
  3. imacman

    imacman Guest

    I posted this unit in another thread, but could help here too. I bought this for my Astoria stove, and it’s fairly inexpensive ($20-22 online), and easy to hook-up and program. Also has a lighted display.

    Lux PSP511LA

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    taqui10 New Member

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    Do you have the same stove and how did you install the thermostat?

    Thankxxx
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    rap69ri New Member

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    I have the 1500 sq ft model stove from Englander, so it's not the same stove but is similar. I installed the thermostat by following the manual. I removed the jumper, connected the red and white wires to the connector on the board, and connected the other end of the red and white wires to the thermostat. I then programmed the thermostat to the settings I preferred, and haven't touched it since.
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