25PAH CLOGGING BURNPOT

MicheleP Posted By MicheleP, Nov 19, 2017 at 8:02 AM

  1. BUBIBEAR

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    I have the same stove ,three lower buttons set 1-2-1 runs great give it a try.
     
  2. MicheleP

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    Do you have a horizontal pipe only for exhaust or vertical?

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  3. BUBIBEAR

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    I have four inch flex vent pipe 15 feet up my fireplace chimney .Works fine since 2008 .That is to the top of said chimney '
     
  4. MicheleP

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    Yeah my other stove has that type of exhaust bit this one has about 4 feet of horizontal 3 inch pipe right out the wall with no vertical pipe at all so I am pretty sure th at is the problem b it I am going to try the 1 2 1 anyway :)

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  5. Manly

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    I am guessing there are no holes in the bottom of the pot, just on the sides? Many suggestions have been made on what to check. The only thing I can say is I have only burned high quality softwood pellets in my stove. I have never had any buildup beyond a small amount of ash that can be wiped out with my finger. I hope you get your issue resolved. Jim
     
  6. MicheleP

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    There are holes in the front back and bottom.

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  7. bond1973

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    I have the Timber Ridge 55PAH and the same burn pot and the same issue... Since day one. I come out of the stove with 3" directly to a T, then up 3 or 4 feet, 90 degree out the wall. My Ecochoice Heatilator could burn bodies and stay clean. I read another thread in here somewhere of someone having similar issue and they ordered a back up burn pot then drilled more holes in the burn pot they already had and the issue went away. I haven't been that brave yet and they never did share a pic. I have yet to change my gaskets...I hear that could potentially be a culprit as well.

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  8. MicheleP

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    I didn't make more holes but at some point we had made every other hole bigger. That didn't seem to make of a difference.

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