Got a manometer - now what
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The above link should help you get going on some Manometer Principles. Titleist gave you some Great Advice on Settings,but these Heating Animals always create their own Thumbprint based on your particular set of parameters in the structure you're Heating. Don't get discouraged,we'll walk you through it. You are correct in your CO coverage,and I thank Titleist for hammering the CO Point right out of the Gate! Also,Airflow of the Hot/Cold in a Loop is always the Master. Circulation made easy let's the Stove get the Heat where it needs to be. That stove has the 6" outlet on the top of the stove jacket. If you use it,you have to plug the front jacket vents just above the main door to force the air path into your new ductwork pipe. I've used something as simple as large door gasket material. Others have probably got even better ideas on that one. The idea of picking up a couple of magnetic thermometers helps too. One on the Stove top end(Front Face Top) and one on your Black Pipe Exhaust gives you a decent indication if your sending a pile of heat up the chimney compared to the stove temp. It's early,and I may have missed it,but what type of chimney do you have? How tall? Does it clear the peak of your roofline? Also,are you burning rice coal,and where from? How's your ash output in the pan amount compared to the amount of coal you're burning? I think you've landed at the right place,and many more Folks much smarter than me will be stopping by to help,no doubt!