Original set point was 67.
When I want quicker warmup I hand stoke it to fill the grate and kick the convection fan up to 50 something, like you. Brings the stove body up to 500 or so in under 10 minutes. I may give it another stoke by hand as I'm walking around just to keep the grate full.
I've not changed anything other than the minimum feed rate and only changed that +2 from default.
If the feedrate was slowing down I'd not worry so much about it, but it continues to crank along. If I drop it to 70 that seems to be some magic number that gets some reaction fairly quickly.
WNY wrote:what was the original setpoint? If you go more than a degree or two, it will keep feeding and increasing the feed rate until the temp is satisfied.
I found that if I just raise it 1 or 2 degrees, and I change the blower FSA to FSM to 40 or 50% a bit higher than the feed rate to move more heat around so it satisfies the thermostat faster. It usually takes an hour or more to come up to temperature if I want to raise it 1 or 2 degrees.
Also, do you have your HLF (Heat loss factor any different then then factory at 0 or 1) ? By raises that, it will increase the feed rate faster, but also more overshoot. I';ve learned that.
Quick Heat, I go into the menu (hold for like 15-20 secs) until the FEED 10 comes up, then hit an arrow, it will feed for 10 mins and then go back to the normal settings. This get it going faster, then I bump the fans up as above to get it to heat faster, then put them back on automatic (FSA). Just a thought.