Hi everyone, My wife and i bought a house 2 yeara ago that has what i can tell to be an Atlantic stove company huntsman woodstove I believe its the model 400? It had 2 doors and each door has 3 draft knob controls on the front. We have a double flue chimney. The woodstove on one side, the oil furnace on the other. This is the first woodstove I have ever owned oror used. We had the chimney cleaned and inspected before we started using it and the previous homeowner had left about half to 3/4 of a cord of of seasoned wood behind. I usually load the firewood east to west methid so its sideways in the woodstove rather than front to back. I can not seem to get a consistan burn temperature no matter what i do for very long. And a full load of wood in the stove is gone in about 2.5-3 hours. Is this normal for a wood stove that big or are there any advice in what to do. Its hard to get a stable burn with 6 air intake knobs. The stove is in good shape and definitely helps in the winter i just wish i could find a way to get it to burn longer per load.