great set up Randy, I like the flu out the window (talk about easy peasy set up)
How often do you have to dump the ash pan? how large is the house your heating? how many fans/blowers do you have running in total? thanks for the great pics!
The stove is equipped with a safety fume switch. If hot coal gases are not vented outdoors, the safety switch will trip out on reset, which will shut off stoker unit. The fire will go out and cannot be restarted until reset button on safety switch cools down. Then the button must be manually reset. If safety switch trips out frequently, it may caused by:
1. Restricted or blocked vent tube between stove and exhaust fan. SOLUTION: Pull power plug from receptacle, remove ash pan, and using brush supplied with stove, reach brush into exhaust pipe. Move brush in a circular motion to clean pipe and exhaust area. Plug power cord back in.
2. Restrict or blocked exhaust pipe from stove to outside of home. SOLUTION: Clean exhaust pipe.
3. Accumulation of dust on exhaust fan blade. SOLUTION: remove screws on motor mounting bracket and thoroughly clean fan blades on exhaust motor.
4. Extreme windy conditions outside of home blowing against exhaust air.
5. Safety switch defective. SOLUTION: Replace safety switch