Well, I have my keystoker up and running for about a week...it work like a champ. I installed it myself with a direct vent...no problems. I cut a template for the hole, drilled right through the interior and exterior wall, centered the drill hole and traced the template. No matter how much planning you do, it is heart wrenching to cut through your wall.
I saw in a few posts that people discussed backing the system down to bare minimum. Do you simply do this by adjusting the feed rate?rate? How do you know what feed rate is sufficient (just watch and learn?)
When I got it, it seemed like the feed rate was set pretty low. I turned it up a bit, but not much. I seems like I will take out the bolt if I back it down any more than the factory preset. Right now when the temp is in the 50's and 60's during the day, I would like to use as little coal as possible. I'm using about 1/2 bucket every day. Just curious to find out "how low will it go".