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 on: October 14, 2019, 07:24:34 PM 
Started by kommandokenny - Last post by Rufustoad
I live in southern IN where the big red engine is built.

 on: October 14, 2019, 07:19:25 PM 
Started by Rufustoad - Last post by Rufustoad
I sure could use some advice from experienced users. I have an old TimberWolf OWB that I am thinking of retiring although it is only around 12yrs old. I was at the loggers show in Escanaba MI a few weeks ago and met up with a few dealers that guarantee I will save half the wood I am using now. After I looked at the Edge 750 i was really impressed with the new wireless capabilities that it has. I travel extensively and its up to my wife to load the stove so I really would like to keep an eye on what is happening. I called a local dealer and WOW almost $13K???? I almost fell over. Does anyone own this new technology and do you feel this stove is worth this kind of money??

 on: October 14, 2019, 08:14:54 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
Very interesting,  thanks. Right now I have just been turning on the gas furnace once in a while in the morning for a quick warm up then it's good for the day. Was just concerned with condensation if I warmed it up the didn't start another for a couple of days. Could just be over thinking...

Using the Mrs. gauge is a good way too.!!

 on: October 13, 2019, 08:45:17 PM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by Scratch
I know you're in Ontario and I'm on Wisconsin, but I started mine up a couple days ago.  I created a post to keep track of each years start and end dates if want to see what my start dates are.  Feel free to post yours on it if you want:

 on: October 13, 2019, 07:44:09 PM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by Crow
I wait for the Mrs to mention it, and wait another week. ;)

 on: October 13, 2019, 08:59:26 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
New to OWB's but I have my Polar G2 all ready to go and wondering what the norm is for start up. I live in Northern Ontario Canada and the temps are starting to cool down. We are getting down to 35 degrees F at night but has been warming up to 50 ish thru the day.
I feel that if I startup now it will only be used a little at night and maybe once or twice through the day.

Any thoughts ?

 on: October 08, 2019, 03:16:49 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by E Yoder
Sounds great!

 on: October 06, 2019, 07:24:50 AM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by DBeleskey
Well...I went with two thermostats. Seemed to be the least complicated way and it will work the way I want.
Thanks everyone for your input !

 on: October 02, 2019, 05:37:32 PM 
Started by slimjim - Last post by Roger2561
Sorry to hear of the loss of your friends Slimjim.  Life does suck at times.  Roger

 on: October 02, 2019, 02:45:31 PM 
Started by DBeleskey - Last post by shepherd boy
Some units have only one speed and others are muli speed, and you could have a variable speed. You can excite the green wire and in most cases that will work.however some thermostats will lock the g to the yellow which will make the compressor come on but if you have no air conditioning probably just excite the green wire and the furnace will switch to the appropriate speed if it is different if or when the backup comes on. If you get a back feed in the original stat and the compressor comes on a single pole double throw relay will make it work. I am told newer honeywell stats are open and do not need a relay. But a two stage furnace makes me wonder if there is a possibility it has a variable speed which is a different game to get it to spool up on high. 

 Yes if it drops to 66 both will come on.

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