All right people, here it is late Sunday, and the stove is up and running again. 19* outside, and 74 in the living area.
The girls will be thrilled when they return. Didn't like the house the past few days at 67*
I'll have to admit tho, it wasn't an easy re-lite. Took many hours B4 I could get the bed hot enuff to fill the hopper. I even had to "supercharge" it at one point to help it get lit. i've learned this little trick of setting a window fan in frt of the open ash pan door, to help move it along.
(I'll have to "re-visit" the topics," How to lite a coal fire")
As for the manometer, I had it set to "0" without a fire, and at one point, it read as high as .1, but as things have calmed down, this is where she's been hanging at.
well, I just checked again, and it's about .07. I noticed as the wind was blowing outside, it did have an effect somewhat. Now I need to play with the MPD, to see what kind of influence it has on it. And yes Lightning, the manometer line is hooked between the stove and MPD.
Anyone see anything that looks wrong or odd, please fill me in if you would. All comments appreciated. Thanx. (I just noticed my manometer level is a tad off. Have to tweek it)