jpen1 wrote:They can't be pellets made for heating purposes. Even soft wood pellets don't form creosote in the chimney when burned. THe moisture is pressed out during the manufacturing process. When I had a pellet stove I burn't compressed cardboard pellets and switch grass pellets and had absolutely no creosote issues.
He described them to me Friday. They are about 1/4" in diameter and 3/8-1/2 long and are in fact fuel for pellets stoves. He claims that the stoves electronics maybe screwed up and has caused this. The manufacturer is sending someone to look at it.