Good morning everyone.
Once again thank you all for your help on this. Ran it overnight without issue. Here's the deal though, both stove temp and feed rate set to 1, the coal bed is stable, wider then it should be at these settings for sure so I assume Im burning more then I want and there are a very nice very tall blue flames from the bed which were never evident on these settings.
This morning, moved the stove temp to 6, feed rate to 4 and all I accomplished was moving the very same size bed, same flame, foward so that lit coal is dumping into the ash pan. (I believe the feed rate is overridden anyway in stove temp mode?)
I still suspect the Combustion fan (magnet over winding was properly installed afterall) and/or the draft motor for which the LED light pretty much stays dim which means the fan never increases speed based on the settings or what sensors are picking up....and it may also be one or more of the sensors. I think its either starving for air and/or isnt pumping exhaust out fast enough altough when I open the front door Im not overwhelmed by anything more then heat and there is no change to the lit coal bed.
Ill have to have te dealer come in. Meanwhile despite it all, its 36 outside and our two story Colonial is 76 degrees up and down! Still commited to COAL
thanks again, youve been a great community!