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6033 6035 6037 Multi-fuel Stove

Category: 6033 6035 6037 Multi-fuel Stove
  1. Is the auger suppose to continuously turn or is it suppose to turn about 3 times, stop, then rotate more?
  2. My 6035 corn pellet stove keeps going out after 30 minutes. Also, can the blower be turned up to force more air for circulation?
  3. My stove will not pull the wood pellets through the auger to the agitator. It works for a while then quits bringing the pellets through and crushes them up and does not push them through.
  4. We installed our stove recently and the auger has quit working. How do we fix this?
  5. We are having a problem with a dirty, sooty, stove. It worked great for a while, now it is so sooty that the glass is solid black and within half an hour of lighting the corn is very dry.
  6. My 6033 shuts down in about 30 minutes, and sometimes we can't get it to burn at all. We have it vented up from the basement floor about 5 feet. Does it need more power from the motor to get the chimney to work?
  7. Our stove works great on pellets, but we get big globbs and lots of half burned ash with corn.
  8. What is new and improved on the 6037 over the 6033 and the 6035?
  9. When I turn my unit off, it keeps running and the auger keeps feeding.
  10. My auger came loose, is it broken?
  11. The green light on my stove is flashing and nothing is happening?
  12. My unit is extremely hot and the green light is flashing, what's wrong?
  13. Is there a fresh air kit for outside air?
  14. What kind of pipe should I buy?
  15. How high should my pipe be?
  16. How long does it take for the auger and agitator to start turning when I first turn the unit on?
  17. Why will my distribution/circulation fan not run during testing phase?
  18. Why does my unit shut down after only 15 minutes of testing?
  19. How do I reset the control board once the green light has started flashing?
  20. How far open should my slide draft be set?
  21. How often should I clean out a unit?
  22. The fire in my stove keeps going out for no reason.
  23. What are the slides in the back wall and in the bottom or the firebox for?
  24. My fire burns with a lazy orange flame, what causes this?
  25. Where does my unit pull in air from?
  26. My stove will not shut down properly no matter what I do. I have to unplug it to shut it down.
  27. I have a model 6037, and the auger doesn't work all the time.
  28. The glass gets completely covered with soot within an hour of running.




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Is the auger suppose to continuously turn, or is it suppose to turn about 3 times, stop, then rotate more?

It depends on what the Auger is set on. Setting 1 on is on for 4.1 seconds then shuts off for 15.9 seconds. Setting 2 is on for 5.3 seconds then shuts off for 14.7 seconds. Setting 3 is on for 7.7 seconds then shuts off for 12.3 seconds. Setting 4 is on for 10.5 seconds then shuts off for 9.5 seconds.
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2. My 6035 corn pellet stove keeps going out after 30 minutes. Also, can the blower be turned up to force more air for circulation?

This unit is controlled by a forced air exhaust system. If your exhaust slide is in too far it will cause the unit to burn out from lack of oxygen. Re-adjust your slide to allow for more air. The circulation blower stays at a constant speed.
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3. My stove will not pull the wood pellets through the auger to the agitator. It works for a while then quits bringing the pellets through and crushes them up.

We have a new polished Auger that works better than the old style you have.
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4. We installed our stove recently and the auger has quit working. How do we fix this?

Check to make sure the Auger has not slipped out of its track. Twist the auger counter-clockwise to see if it turns freely. If so, it has slipped out.
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5. We are having a problem with a dirty, sooty, stove. It worked great for a while, now it is so sooty that the glass is solid black and within half an hour of lighting the corn is very dry.

There are several things that can cause the glass to sooty. 1) The air shutter not opened far enough. 2) The corn moisture content is too high. 3) The chimney is clogging up from soot. 4) The air ports above the brick in the firebox are clogging up from soot. Turning your unit on high every few hours and letting it burn off the soot will help.
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6. My 6033 shuts down in about 30 minutes; and sometimes we can't get it to burn at all. We have it vented up from the basement floor about 5 feet. Does it need more power from the motor to get the chimney to work?

No, the motor should be more than strong enough to blow the exhaust out 5 feet. Look in the unit above the brick. Make sure that the holes for the draft are not clogged and the air shutter is open and not closed.
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7. Our stove works great on pellets, but we get big globbs and lots of half burned ash with corn.

You will need to add a substance called Oyster Shell for the breakdown of the build-up of clinkers on your agitator.
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8. What is new and improved on the 6037 over the 6033 and the 6035?

The 6037 has a new Circuit board for constant delivery of air, new auger from 2" cast to 1 1/2 " steel, and a new safety cage for the hopper.
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9. When I turn my unit off, it keeps running and the auger keeps feeding.

For safety reasons, the stove will continue to run at a much lower heat setting for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, the auger will slow down further and continue until the "LOW LIMIT SAFETY" sensor tells the control board it is safe to shutdown.
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10. My auger came loose, is it broken?

No, the auger sits in a "T" slot groove in the back of the shaft and may have slid forward just enough to come out of that slot. If you turn the auger in a circular motion while pushing it back in you will feel it slide into that "T" slot coupler. You will then not be able to turn the auger by hand anymore.
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11. The green light on my stove is flashing and nothing is happening?

Turn the stove completely off and then reset the stove. Then, begin the start-up procedure.
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12. My unit is extremely hot and the green light is flashing, what's wrong?

Your high limit safety sensor is the cause of the green light flashing. When the unit gets too hot, this safety switch will shut the unit down. Let the unit cool and then restart it.
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13. Is there a fresh air kit for outside air?

Yes, part number 69FAK. This allows combustion air to enter the firepot from the outside. It will increase the efficiency of your stove and reduce the likelihood of creating a negative pressure or vacuum effect in your home.
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14. What kind of pipe should I buy?

You will need 3" PL pipe. If you go over 12 feet you will need to increase to a 4" pipe.
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15. How high should my pipe be?

When choosing a location for your stove, make sure you meet the minimum clearances listed in the Owner's Manual for both the stove and the venting system. We recommend a pellet vent kit (Dura-Vent or metal Fab). These kits include the necessary clean-out "T", with a four foot vertical run and cap.
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16. How long does it take for the auger and agitator to start turn after I turn the unit on?

They will start rotating after 3 minutes after each setting.
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17. Why will my distribution/circulation fan not run during testing phase?

The fan will not operate until a fire is present and the temperature inside the stove reaches 110 degrees.
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18. Why does my unit shut down after only 15 minutes of testing?

If the stove is not burning and the minimum temperature has not been reached, the thermodisc will begin to shut down the unit.
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19. How do I reset the control board once the green light has started flashing?

Turn the control board knob completely off and then back on.
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20. How far open should my slide draft be set?

During start-up, pull the draft control out about 1/4 inch, but depending on the fuel, this may need to be adjusted. After the fire has been established (usually within 10 minutes) set the heat setting to "3" and adjust the draft slide accordingly.
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21. How often should I clean out this unit?

This unit should be cleaned out everyday and checked to make sure there is no accumulation of soot behind the back wall slide cleanout. Also, make sure that the hole in the top of the firebox is free from soot and ash.
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22. The fire in my stove keeps going out for no reason.

If the air shutter isn't set correctly, it can cause the flame to go out. Make sure the auger has not stopped feeding fuel to the pot. High moisture content in the fuel can also cause flame to go out. The sensors on the unit will shut it down if it gets too hot.
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23. What are the slides in the back wall and in the bottom of the firebox for?

They are clean-outs for the ash build up.
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24. My fire burns with a lazy orange flame, what causes this?

It could be from the following: moisture too high in fuel, blockage of combustion air, glass door not shut or too loose, draft control knob set too low, feed rate for fuel is too high, inadequate combustion air, or clean out plates missing or not fully closed.
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25. Where does my unit pull in air from?

The air inlet for combustion comes from underneath, by the ash pan.
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26. My stove will not shut down properly no matter what I do. I have to unplug it to shut it down.

This unit has a safety heat sensor and will shut down when the firebox is below 90 degrees. To help: pull out the draft slide on the left hand side of the unit. This will cause the unit to open its exhaust flow completely, allowing the unit to blow all the heat out and making it shut down sooner.
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27. I have a model 6037 and the auger doesn't work all the time.

If the stove senses a vacuum leak (air leak), it will not operate properly. Make sure the door is sealing tightly. Also, check the pressure switch and vacuum hose. Make sure the ash slides are closed tightly during operation.
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28. The glass on my stove gets completely covered with soot within an hour or running.

Ten minutes after you get your fire started, turn your stove up to 3 setting and adjust the manual damper on the side of your stove where the control board is. Pull it out about 1/8 an inch. Do not let the fuel build-up past 1 1/2 inches the burn pot. If it is over this, it could cause your stove to burn dirty. If it is too low in the firepot, it will go out. Rememeber: homes are different and a lot of factors affect the operation of a unit, so no two stoves are going to burn the same.
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