Looks to me like your stoker stroke needs ajustment. Turn your stoker ajustment screw all the way clockwise. Then back it off(counter clockwise) approx: 2-3/4 - 3-3/4 turns. Somewhere in that area. My ajustment is 3-3/4 turns counter clockwise. This brings my ash within 1 inch from end of grate at full fire. The little tab on the end of the stoker ajustment screw is off set. The longer part hangs down, and kind of acts as a weight so the ajusting screw doesn't turn one way, or the other. (Less feed = counter clockwise, More feed = clockwise). Another thing I'd do is give that nylon wheel in the pusher block a shot of silicone. Myself, I use tef-gel lubricant. It's a penetrating gel lubricant, which doesn't atract dirt, etc.. I buy it by the case from lauson products for use in my business. I'm not sure where you'd be able to buy it. Oliver
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on Sun Feb 03, 2013 9:08 pm, edited 1 time in total.