whistlenut wrote:Larry, did you notice a bunch of un-burned coal in the ash? The ashing could have been taking place at an accelerated rate after the restart, especially with the low demands of this time of year.
I hesitate to even mention that if you had a run time meter on the ashing circuit you would know how long it ran, and if you wanted to go a step further, a time chart along with the meter. .....
However that is not the issue. Relax, throw away the spreadsheet, sit back and gently adjust the ashing ONLY after sufficient time has elapsed during the low burn cycle. I'd wager the unit is not running much now, anyway.
I have been experiencing a lot of partially to nearly un-burned coal in the ash of late.
The bummer is that we are set to have a few consecutive days of warm weather, and I don't expect very many, if any T-Stat calls until about this coming weekend.