1st fire and secondary burn

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  1. bruce56bb

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    it got down into the 30s (finally) last night and i couldn't take it anymore. i just had to fire it up.
    first pic is a load of locust (or coffeebean?) as it gets up to temp. 2nd pic is of the secondary burn tubes.
     

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    nice pictures what model stove is that

    thanks
    Jason
     
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    earth stove 2800ht.
     
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    Hey Bruce,

    I just purchased an older Catalytic version of this stove ( i think) BV4000c

    how do you like it?

    does the blower work well?

    Is your door solid brass?

    mine is heavy as heck, wife wants to paint it black, but I hate to paint brass!
     
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    Ahhhhhh, I'm diggin the secondary burn!!!!!
     
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    ozark, i have been very happy with the insert so far.my only dislike is the noise of the 4 fans when it is cranked up.
    not sure about the door being solid but i love the looks of it.
     
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    thanks for the feedback Bruce,

    do you have anymore photos of your stove?

    its NON catalytic right?

    so it has the re-burner style air tubes up top?

    is that the picture we are seeing?
     
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    ozark, i don't have many photos of the stove except the one in my avatar.
    yes, it's the non-cat and it does have the secondary burn tubes in the top.
     

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    AAHHHHHHHHHH Heat. Very nice
     
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    Yeah BrucE' , Ya Gots to FIRE IT UP finally.
    I'll have to remember to send some more north COLD AIR down your way , you know .....In payment for all the tornadoes ya send up my way.
    ;-)
     
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