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I have a country flame nps 1000,it won t feed fast enough to stay lit by is ok w hen u push manual button

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SOURCE: country flame nps-1000 made in 1996 has a lazy

not getting enough air -clean and vacuum unit and check fresh air flow damper is not opened enough need more air or flue clogged and needs cleaning

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Need a blower for a country flame nps-1000

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Country flame nps-1000 made in 1996 has a lazy flame, low heat output, and having a difficult time regulating auger feed any suggestions

not getting enough air -clean and vacuum unit and check fresh air flow damper is not opened enough need more air or flue clogged and needs cleaning

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