jacknanticoke wrote:Should it be the same .04 reading when it is cold and warm outside? Sorry I am new at all this. First year burning coal. Any help is appreciated!
What the baro does is maintain a limit on the maximum amount of gas that goes through the pipe. Where you set it is the most it will flow. It can flow much lower, and if low enough, it may be detrimental. It could be maintaining a fire, CO or smell issues, but low draft is a problem that has nothing to do with the baro. Warm days tend to reduce draft, so does ash in the stovepipe. It's been a long winter, have you cleaned it recently?