europachris wrote:How is the coal feed and air adjusted? I see what appears to be an adjustment plate on the blower, but don't see any way to vary the coal screw speed, except by exchanging out the pulleys for different sizes.
stokerscot wrote:Well,,,,, hate to see such a nice stove go to waste. Scott
Matthaus wrote:Hey Scott, lookin good! Especially like the JD green on the gear box and fan housing. BTW I learned last week that there is an air hole on the coal bin side of the pot that allows the gases to vent, make sure that is open and facing up. As Mike says, you will be very happy with how this boiler operates, one of the easier and more robust units per the guy in Peckville that has the parts (General Machine, 412 Keystone Ave, Peckville PA. 570-383-0990, talk with Dan if you need any information).
Have fun and keep the photos coming.