Dex, why not Euromaxx for the ducting ability? Seems like cool option
Auger seems to be the thing that craps the bucket in the quest stove
1 of the guys on here from Denmark, that's the only thing he has replaced
BooboO, you said no to propane, how are you heating your water, electric?
did not do final cleaning yet, thank goodness
that is what is said but my stove likes the cleanfires and gives nice heat
hates the New England and I don't get any heat from them
Home and Hearth usually has them 40 minutes south of you
I stopped buying them at $330 a ton
great price I pay $289 they are some of the best
Phil, where did you get stove from, and I might just take you up on your offer about seeing it in action, will be in Hyde Park Sunday
Northern Tool's Powerhorse brand well priced and less than 5% H.D. safe for sensitive electronics
Northern Tool's brand is Powerhorse and they are well priced and all have less that 5% H.D. and are safe for sensitive electronics
Honda is probably...
sure, I have done mine twice just clean out old adhesive very
well and expect to be not running for most of a day
I used the gasket adhesive once...
very well said Kindle
used http://woodheatstoves.com/ for my Whitfield auger motor
just need model of stove
they will have part list for entire stove
whlago said it best Barter system
always used the hi-temp silicone that I glued it with
should we tell them that Northern and Cubex are the same?
Hey jtakeman, are you sure about the Cleanfire Hardwoods? Is that new this year?
It's just that I get no heat from NEWP ( I have tried in 07' 09'...
here is an interesting one, my insurance went up this year, so I checked another carrier
I told them of the pellet stove in my basement, they said...
Cubex is the best of the bunch and a good price
here in Putnam , NY Cubex is $325
the square hole under firebox leads out to the right to the
exhaust blower area
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