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My Manometer Works Way Better Now! Pics

Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 3:44 pm
By: ShawninNY
Ever since I removed it from the box and installed it on my stove! Waterford recommends -.04 WG but the fire fence in stove was embossed with -.06( maybe they are covering themselves in the side of caution ) ran it for 5 seasons with the I guess it's good enough setting on the baro ! It was set pretty close to where it is now.

Re: My Manometer Works Way Better Now! Pics

Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 3:46 pm
By: ShawninNY
It's level just a crooked pic!

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Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 4:18 pm
By: Lightning
Looks good Brother! It will prove to be a huge asset. Especially during warmer weather when draft pressure usually gets weak. It will warn you of impending draft failure so you can take steps to prevent the catastrophic occurrence lol...

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Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 4:28 pm
By: ShawninNY
Thanks man! It got up to 40* outside today and inbetween wind gusts it dropped lower than -.04 I might need to add a 4 foot section to my chimney , stoves in basement, ranch house 12' outside with 4' below grade.

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Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 6:40 pm
By: Lightning
ShawninNY wrote:Thanks man! It got up to 40* outside today and inbetween wind gusts it dropped lower than -.04 I might need to add a 4 foot section to my chimney , stoves in basement, ranch house 12' outside with 4' below grade.
Have you had draft failures in the past?

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Posted: Mon. Feb. 24, 2014 7:23 pm
By: ShawninNY
No when it starts to warm up in spring I put foil over baro during the day just to keep it at an idle , I've never had either co alarm activate, I have 2 down there!