Rob R. wrote:Is the small combustion blower running when the stoker is idle? Is the small air shudder on that blower 1/2 open?
If you don't have any zone controls hooked to the aquastat on the boiler, it will just maintain the low limit. Probably ok for this time of year, but when the mercury drops you may need to bump it up.
Rob,yes first 2 questions.. On Keystoker I don't have thermostat hook to it. Oil burner controls 2 zones. I ran thermostat wire to stoker tied it into oil burner thermostat wire. Once I did that it would dump into the one zone and over ride thermostat settings. Bedrooms got up to 85degrees with thermostat turn off.
whistlenut wrote:You still haven't mentioned that a Keystoker is a VERY quiet machine
whistlenut, wife walked into shop yesterday and ask when are we going to start keystoker. I had a grin and said we are. My kitchen stove over head fan is louder then keystoker.