Looking for some ideas as to why my wood furnace isnt working properly. I replaced my older Clayton Wood furnace with a newer model Clayton and they are both almost identical. Since they are basically the same, I hooked it up like the old configuration. This time however I cant seem to cool off the furnace enough to get the blowers to turn off. The furnace stays very hot and the blowers continuously run until the fire is almost out. The old set up was utilizing the blower on the oil furnace to the left and piping the cold air directly into the bottom of the wood furnace. I had it hooked up like that again but it wasn't cooling the wood furnace enough. Instead I hooked up the two blowers that came with the wood furnace, made a plenum to fit around them and still used the same airflow direction with the exception of not using the oil furnace blower. I thought this would improve it but its still to hot. Make sense? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!