That 200 is fine...the other 2 maybe 110 off/140 on? Dunno...probably just need to play around with it and see what works well...
Perfect...250* (242) externally means almost 500* internally...and that's plenty!Just under 250
Perfect...250* (242) externally means almost 500* internally...and that's plenty!
Oh...wait, that's a probe type themometer? If so then yeah...a little low.
You could try to bump up to -.05"...or is there some sort of damper adjustment on the furnace?
moved it to that settings
the whole wood stove is acting different now
-stove is actually getting hot outside is about 500 degrees with laser thermometer
-Stove pipe isn’t bad should be alittle hotter temp wise with magnetic temp guage
hot air is actually blowing thru the vents
only concern right now is stove getting close to 500 degree may be fine but haven’t seen it actually get that hot
also nanometer is almost perfect View attachment 274165
I can do that with going down to merv 4 filtersI'm not a furnace guy but I wouldn't have expected the furnace to get much hotter by getting draft under control? Might have to check out static pressures etc in your duct system? Almost sounds like you need more air moving through it now. I'll duck out again now.
Seems way better!! The soon to be baby’s room was 67 while the house was 70 that’s the best it’s been yet So maybe 4 will get it 1 degree moreYou already dropped from 11 to what, 6?
So what's your findings after running a load or 2 through 'er?