8 splits half way filled the box. This video is just to illustrate the size of the box.
Eight medium splits doesn't tell us much, but to me it sounds like it's lacking control....? 4.5 hours and it burned through, what seems like, a fair amount of wood.
A wood burners mantra: If the wife has too many clothes on, throw another log on the fire!This much wood, just brought the temperature of the first floor from 71 to 76 in about 20mins (our house is about 2,200 sqft) with the outside temp ~27.
Going to need to buy more shorts and tee shirts for the winter.
Probably gonna need to put that baro back in too...that's a lot of chimney height! Thing would probably suck up nearby cats!Get your chimney draft dialed? (I think I remember you having a manometer?)
Yup, kinda what I was getting at. Along with sucking up cats it would also over-turbo the fire.Probably gonna need to put that baro back in too...that's a lot of chimney height! Thing would probably suck up nearby cats!
My chimney is only 27' and when it gets cold out the baro is hanging wide open trying to keep things under control!
Yes... Trying to remember when and where to take the measurement.So am I right in remembering you have a manometer? I don't really want to go in that other thread again to find out.
Mine is hooked up all the time. Just make sure it is between the furnace & the baro. I think the numbers to pay attention to are when it is burning.Yes... Trying to remember when and where to take the measurement.
I did order a barometric damper, should be in tomorrow. Waiting for HY-C to respond regarding adding one.
The wall thermostat controls the draft blower when the temp drops to 71 degrees. At 71 degrees the stove is down to a couple small ambers. Since it does not take much for the fire to catch, the draft blower turns off pretty quick.What Controlls the draft fan, is there a high limit that’s adjustable? Is it the draft fan that’s not shutting off, or even when it’s off it’s just drafting too much or the p/s air dampers mis adjusted to allow to much natural draft?