orvis wrote:The configuration marked "J" in your link seems to show the baro right on the furnace.
Look again it shows a piece or section of stove pipe before the baro like The Field control Directions tell you a Min of
12" of stove pipe before the baro You need some space between the stove & baro so it will work correctly the baro
has to take the cooler air from the room to break the daft If it is on top of the stove or stoker the air is at the hottest
temp point plus the flue gas is at it's max velocity the baro won't be abel to control it you need some space between the
stove flue and baro so the baro can work