coaledsweat wrote:jacknanticoke wrote:I thought the baro was used to set your draft?
The numbers stamped on the baro may or may not be accurate due to a myriad of installation issues like chimney height, stovepipe size, placement in TEEs, yada yada yada.
Thats kind of what I am worried about. the installer just set it there without actually doing any testing or anything. We fired the stove up and it didn't move, but he said it would be fine when it got cold. I am going to pick up a manometer just so I can see what my draft is and make sure the baro is set ok for my chimney, etc.
Also, i asked before about how to test. when the guys say test at full burn, is it the normal burn you would use during winter or is it "put the pedal to the metal?"
Again, appreciate all the help. I know newbie's can be annoying.