Coalfire wrote:It wasn't needed. They put that in the manual due to legal liabilities. I can say I doubt any amish use a baro. and there are a ton of these stoves in the amish community. Most use a MPD or nothing. once it gets cooler I doubt you will have problems. Did you use a manometer to set your baro?
I figured Lancaster would be on the "cutting edge".
When lived in Arthur, Illinois none of our amish friends/neighbors used a baro, some had MPD's. We are now out here living among the Amish in Lagrange Co, IN. Our immediate neighbors do have baros. I'm not sure how widespread they are in the community as I don't know many people here. I'm guessing your right, that most do not have baros. As for the manometer, I installed Dwyer Mark II and just leave it hooked up. The local coal yard and stove salesman (amish) told me just to use the marked settings on the baro.