Englander 25-pdvc blows out heat on left side but cold on right side

gorehound

Member
Oct 24, 2015
23
United States
Hi folks and happy Thanksgiving! Just as the title says. Once the stove heats up and the blower kicks on it blows hot air out of the the left (looking at the stove) right up to the middle. It blows cold air from the middle to the right. It's pretty much canceling the heat out. Does anyone know what may be the cause or if this is normal? I got the stove used a couple years ago and I only use it in my garage. It has done this since I got it.

Thanks
 

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MCPO

Minister of Fire
Hi folks and happy Thanksgiving! Just as the title says. Once the stove heats up and the blower kicks on it blows hot air out of the the left (looking at the stove) right up to the middle. It blows cold air from the middle to the right. It's pretty much canceling the heat out. Does anyone know what may be the cause or if this is normal? I got the stove used a couple years ago and I only use it in my garage. It has done this since I got it.

Thanks
I`ve had mine in the back garage for 8 yrs and it is the same. That`s just the design of the vent path, the heat comes out hotter on the left side. It certainly would feel cold on the right side compared to the left.
That said, mine heats up the place nicely and has been mostly trouble free..
 

Ssyko

Minister of Fire
Nov 6, 2017
2,231
Lorraine NY
Happy Thanksgiving Gorehound
My 25pdvc does the same thing. I believe its the way the heat exchange plate is designed and the location of convection fan. If the stove runs for a couple hours it will warm up. Takes a while for mine.
 

gorehound

Member
Oct 24, 2015
23
United States
Happy Thanksgiving Gorehound
My 25pdvc does the same thing. I believe its the way the heat exchange plate is designed and the location of convection fan. If the stove runs for a couple hours it will warm up. Takes a while for mine.
Thanks alot for the reply. Good to know it's normal. I only ran it for about an hour last night. I'm gonna head out and tinker here in a bit so I will fire it up and let it run for a while.

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gorehound

Member
Oct 24, 2015
23
United States
I`ve had mine in the back garage for 8 yrs and it is the same. That`s just the design of the vent path, the heat comes out hotter on the left side. It certainly would feel cold on the right side compared to the left.
That said, mine heats up the place nicely and has been mostly trouble free..
Thanks for your response too. Have a nice holiday.

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