OK let me first start by saying thank you for the WARM welcome. Now as for my set up yes the stove is in the basement and it is hooked to a 6 inch duct "T"ed to two vents. Even though Harman says not to run two. I figured why not try it.
Also yes I have a barometric in the flue but it is on the horizonal not the vertical the way it is show in the manual. Is that a problem?
Ok I ran it for the first full day thursday and I screwed something up. When my wife left for work the house was 75 as I had it set to. She turned it down to 70 and left. When she got home the house was 78 and rising. The stove was not dropping into maintiance mode. ie. both fans and the feed motor are running all the time. So I replaced the thermostat(no change, still no maintiance mode) and started tracing the wire and checking connections. Finally got to the control box and the lower blade connector the is in the control box that the wires from the thermostat hook to came off in my hand
I'm not much of a solder'er and I'm sure the piece that come off was in a PC board of some type. My first thought is to open the control box up and put the little blade back in its holes and try to crazy glue it to the board. I'll just have to ginger with it when I plug the thermostat back in.
Any ideas would be great. This sucks I was so excited about keep this stove running and now I'm down again.
As for you offroad guys I'll try to get some pics of my rig up. Next spring I'm planning on going to Raush Creek wheel it would be great to meet you guys.