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Whitfield Advantage II-T; adjust auger trim

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by KeiBow, Nov 8, 2008.

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  1. KeiBow

    KeiBow New Member

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    Hello New Friends! I have a Adv II-T (1991) with the original analog control board (lucky me, it still works like new!). I'm hoping someone can define for me the 3 trim adjust pots (behind silver caps) on the lower right corner of the control board. I believe them to be conv, comb, and fuel feed trim adjusts, but which one is which? They are not labeled on the board or explained in my op manual. What I'm up to is I'd like to dial the fuel feed down a bit. With a new Ultra Grate, and on these not-so-cold-yet fall evenings, even the #1 heat setting is a little too warm for us. I'd like to back it down to just "keep-alive." (Am I going about it the right way?) Thanks much!

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  2. jjdesch

    jjdesch New Member

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    I would like to know thew same thing for my Whitfield Profile 30-FS. The trim adjustments are behind a pull-out flap on the bottom of the control board (a calibration button and 4 trim adjustment screws). Any experts here know how to make adjustments to accomodate different fuel characteristics, or general performance tuning?

    thx
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    bobva New Member

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    on my stove 91 adv II-t from the top down
    auger
    combustion
    blower
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    hearthtools Moderator Emeritus

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    The trim only controls the auger time and combustion blower speed of the LOW Setting and or LOW keep fire Thermostat mode
    Normally keep on 0 unless you have longer pellets then you may have to bump up the auger up a little if the fire goes out on low
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    bobva New Member

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    thats what mine did so i bumped it up a hair I should say a half a hair
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    KeiBow New Member

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    Thanks for the information! Now I can experiment a little and keep track of what I changed. Appreciate it!
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    jjdesch New Member

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    Anybody with knowledge on the trim adjustments for a Whitfield Profile 30- FS-2? Anybody?

    thanks in advance!
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