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Overfiliing of ash and clinkers

My Trailblazer 1600 fills the hopper with ash and clionkers in 12 hours and has to be shut off and cleaned. It has two feed screws marked H and :L . I turned the L screw counterlcockwise to slow the feed but it seems to be worse. I have no manual. Can anyone help us please?

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The thing in the middle put it open up so that it get air use a screw to hold it wide open it will run all day and set th l h to 8 sec and it will work cherry i been mess with the stove for two years i just got it to work 3 weeks ago lol

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