I've tried to find some info on the burn settings on our Englander pellet stove (1500sq ft model) that we just installed last weekend, but not really finding much for feed settings with fan speeds. Seems that setting the feed on 4 and fan on 2 works fine for mild temp day and/or overnight. I'm curious to know what setting works best for a colder temp day (below 40F or lower at night, to keep a 2 story house warm). How's this all play out for a good burn to conserve the pellets. I don't want to have to get up in the middle of the night to feed the fire monster because we have the seetings wrong. I realize the higher the feed # = hotter heat, but the fan blowing faster/slower seems to make the difference too. How fast/slow a feed vs. fast/slow fan - too much feed & too slow a fan? I can't find a good break down. More importantly - what settings should NOT be used together!