Ok first I don't have my draft gauge yet, should be here tomorrow. But I put the barometric damper in vertically and set the the weight on the 2 mark which is all the way to the left. The damper is open about 3/4 of the way. It is 3 degrees here right now. Last night it was below zero and super windy. The baro was completely open. I shook down the stove and went to bed at 10pm the stove was 500 degrees on the side. When I checked it at 6:00am the stove was 380 degrees and the temp in my living room was down 5 degrees from last night. I have alot of windy days here, if the baro can't keep a steady draft on my windy hill what do I do?