titleist1 wrote:I am a little skeptical about using the wd. It may get the fines damp enough to cause them to clump up.
Realtreehunter_3 wrote:Are you talkin about the woven material on each side of the pusher bar?
I am now on my way to get a blower motor. I ran a jumper on the two ts and ran it for 30 minutes and the blower motor was very hot to touch.
Realtreehunter_3 wrote:So I've cleaned out everything as good as I can without taking off the grates. Every time I want to take me off I actually have a good fire. It's like my stove is being moody right now. Sometimes it works well and other it isn't. I have yet to blow out the fans, in guessing I should do that but I decided to wait on getting the blower due to the price and I checked out a couple other guys stoves and the fans were just as hot, so I'm not taking it off the list yet but I don't believe that's it. I'm at a point where I don't know what else to do with it. I've now put a jumper on again to see if she'll go nuts but it didn't. I just check to see how fast the gear was moving for the feed and. It took approx 54 seconds for one revolution. There is some black stuff on the plastic gear but I'm guessing. It's fines. How would I tell if that was melted? I feel like I'm going in circles here...
Realtreehunter_3 wrote:No I don't believe so, I have a keystoker 90,000 top vent. I don't believe they have that..