Miracles of the correct auger motor.

Smokinbubba

Member
Nov 30, 2019
203
Central Ohio
amazing what happens when you put the correct rpm auger in your englander. I thought my stove was running properly but boy was i wrong. I was constantly turning my stove off when the house temp creaped up to near 80deg. Then restarting when house dropped to 65deg. Stove never really turned down enough. Just replaced my 2rpm factory installed top auger with an avery gleason 1rpm and now the stat actually works. Amazing the difference.
my advice, if your 2016-2019 englander is running you out of the house. Time your top auger. You may be surprised what you find.
 

Smokinbubba

Member
Nov 30, 2019
203
Central Ohio
Winter finally arrived here. Its in the teens now. I just thought since temps were in the 30's that the house would simply overheat on its lowest setting and lowest trim setting. Wrong again. With the correct auger motor, my house is 71deg and outside temp is 14deg. Stove is on 7heat when stat calls for heat. Im on "d" mode With the 2rpm motor, it would be 76 and climbing set on lowest setting.
 

Smokinbubba

Member
Nov 30, 2019
203
Central Ohio
1/2 bag with an 8hr burn. Outside temp is 13deg. Stove is set on 7heat 7 fan. Bottom 3 magic numbers 4-4-1. House is 70-71deg running on the stat. Fan is blowing 165deg air on 7/7. With the 2rpm motor, I was getting 165deg air on 5/5.
May tweak the air trim if my 24hr burn inspection indicates clinkers vs fine ash.
I think if I see outside temps below 0degf, I may change to mode "C" . But for now, I am satisfied. I really think a 1.25rpm auger motor would be ideal...