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What are the best settings for a Harmon P-68 ?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Great Heat, Oct 5, 2008.

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  1. Great Heat

    Great Heat New Member

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    Can anyone tell me we what are the best setting's to run my P-68 right now I use hopper feed set at 3 and stove temp at 70 degrees. we have a 1900 sq ft home solely heated by this stove. last year went through 4.5 tons burned october till march this is our second year looking for some usefull tips thanks .

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  2. djarseneault

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    The feed adjuster is a setting for pellet quality. It basically sets the maximum rate of burn, kind of like a governor on a lawn mower engine. Usually with premium grade pellets #3 or #4 is perfect. As far as the temp setting goes, that is up to your personal preference. If you are comfortable at 70 deg, thats what you should use.
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