I have had my shelter furnace for 3 years now. Never really had any serious issues with it besides trying to keep the door handle adjusted properly but that’s not a huge issue. What I would like to try though is instead of the air induction fan running off a thermostat in the house is there a way to hook that up to the blower thermostat? Or something similar maybe using a separate thermostat that monitors plenum heat. Really trying to get longer burns with this stove so I was trying the think of a way to set it up similar to a wood boiler where the induction fan will kick on when it calls for heat. But In this case when the fire box gets to a certain temp have it kick on to heat the fire up and turn the blower on. I know this is supposed to work off a house thermostat the same way but I have had no luck with it. I have to choke the fire down so much in order to get this to work resulting in bad creosote and even puff backs. Right now I don’t even use that induction fan I just monitor flue temps with a magnet thermometer on the stove pipe and adjust air intake with the bottom ash pan knob and plate on the side of the induction fan. Running it this way I burn a lot of wood and my house is 80 because the blower fan is constantly running because I try and keep the fire hot enough to not make a ton of creosote. It sucks having to clean the chimney every two weeks! Any input or ideas would be great Maybe someone with a shelter furnace can help me get this thing setup to burn and run the way it was designed! Thank you!! Sorry for the long read.