I have an Alaska Channing 3 with a direct vent. I had originally asked about a rheostat that would work with my stove and another member suggested a site to buy the correct rheostat. Thanks Now, I want to do the install. I would like to add a rheostat to control the output of the combustion blower as to leave more heat in my stove and to get a better burn. I also have a barometric damper too so setting the draft is possible. I've been reading this forum for a while and have never come across the correct procedure for setting up a rheostat, and draft using a Manometer. I was wondering if someone here could share their wisdom. Is it done with a low fire, high fire, all the above, etc. Also, I just bought a Dwyer 2 Manometer.
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on Fri Dec 07, 2007 5:23 pm, edited 3 times in total.