How do you adjust the damper on a Whitfield pellet stove?

Loosen the set collar on the damper rod and pull the damper out. Do this 1/4″ at a time. Tighten the collar at its new position (1 3/4″ – 2″). After making any adjustment to the damper set collar, pull the damper rod out fully and re-check the dimension between the stove side panel and the inside if the set collar.

Why is my pellet stove not getting hot?

Answer: If your pellet stove it not producing enough heat it may mean that the blower needs to be cleaned or the intake might be blocked. This could also mean that the heat exchangers are being insulated from the airflow by a covering of ash and need to be cleaned.

What setting should I run my pellet stove on?

It is best to run the appliance on the lower heat settings like 2 or 3 rather than up at 4 or 5. The higher heat settings result in lower efficiency and the appliance cycling from high to pilot fire too often.

How do I make my pellet stove burn hotter?

5 Ways To Get More Heat From A Pellet Stove

  1. Burn high quality pellets low in ash and moisture content.
  2. Increase the heat output setting on the stove.
  3. Increase the blower speed on the stove.
  4. Adjust the airflow in and out of the stove.
  5. Clean the stove regularly in line with the manufacturer’s guidelines.

How high should the flame be on my pellet stove?

Once the feeding of pellets is re-established and the stove is running on High, the flame should rise to 4′-6” above the top of the firepot.

How do I maximize my pellet stove heat?

What happened to Whitfield pellet stoves?

In 2012 Lennox Hearth Products was sold to Comvest, and investment firm, and merged with Innovative Hearth Products, which became the company’s name in 2014. The Whitfield line of pellet stoves was discontinued in 2014.

Can you still get parts for Whitfield pellet stoves?

Most parts are still available direct from the factory. If you can not find the part you are looking for please call, e-mail or fill out our Parts Request Form and we will be happy to assist you.

How high should the flame be in a pellet stove?

Once the feeding of pellets is re-established and the stove is running on High, the flame should rise to 4′-6” above the top of the firepot.

What is the best small pellet stove?

Pellet Stove HP22 by Comfortbilt.

  • Pleasant Hearth (Cabinet Style) This is a cabinet style pellet stove .
  • Castle 12327 Serenity Wood Pellet Stove.
  • Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker.
  • US Stove GW 1949 Wiseway Non-Electric Pellet Stove.
  • Comfortbilt Pellet Stove HP61.
  • US Stove 4840 Pellet Heater.
  • Pelpro Pellet Stove.
  • Pelpro Pellet Stove.
  • What are the advantages of a pellet stove?

    Efficient|Wood pellets are an efficient source of heat because they contain very low levels of moisture and ash,when compared to woodchips or cordwood.

  • Cost-effective|Wood pellets are economically competitive with home fossil fuel options and electric heat.
  • Convenient|Bags of pellets are easy to store.
  • What are pellet stoves used for?

    The fuel pellets are made from sawdust,so no new trees need to be cut down;

  • they burn much cleaner than a wood stove and release less emissions;
  • it’s easier to regulate heat; this can reduce fuel use as well by avoiding overheating;
  • your home stays cleaner by not bringing in dirt and hibernating bugs.
  • How to vent a pellet stove through a masonry chimney?

    Taking the flue to a suitable distance above the roof line.

  • No other appliance to be connected to the pellet stove flue.
  • A T-section was recommended at the intersection between the horizontal and vertical parts of the flue for the purpose of collecting condensate.
  • Steel flue pipes in line with local building guidance must be used.