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    I know this is a long shot, but Google isn't turning up much. Does anyone have any information about Wesland Stoves? I'm having a heck of a time settling down in a good burn with mine. It was in the house when we bought it, the Chimney Sweep said it was in good shape. This is the first season that we've really used it. Basically, I can't get it adjusted to where it doesn't run like a really upset jet engine with the doors closed.

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    Any words of wisdom on how to run this thing? I feel like I've tried everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    I know this is a long shot, but Google isn't turning up much. Does anyone have any information about Wesland Stoves? I'm having a heck of a time settling down in a good burn with mine. It was in the house when we bought it, the Chimney Sweep said it was in good shape. This is the first season that we've really used it. Basically, I can't get it adjusted to where it doesn't run like a really upset jet engine with the doors closed.


    Any words of wisdom on how to run this thing? I feel like I've tried everything.

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    Is it burning too hot? if so, take a look at the door gaskets, or any other air leaks that prevent you from throttling the draft.
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    Yes, very hot. It goes from burning like crazy, to shut down and smoldering when I try to slow it down.

    I'll spend some time finding out where the air is getting in. Thanks for the pointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Yes, very hot. It goes from burning like crazy, to shut down and smoldering when I try to slow it down.

    I'll spend some time finding out where the air is getting in. Thanks for the pointer.
    Are you using the chimney damper in conjunction with the draft? That will help also.
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    I am. I try to close it as much as possible as well as throttling back the draft. I'm not having problems with the other stove in the house, but these are the first two I've used extensively. I'll give it a go tomorrow and see if practice makes better.
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    Is there an adequate air supply to replenish cumbustion air? In other words, is your home too air tight? I had to plumb in outside air to my wood stove to get it to run right in my last home.


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