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DO YOU LEAVE YOUR PELLET STOVE RUNNING WHEN YOUR AWAY

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Jabbers, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. movemaine

    movemaine Feeling the Heat

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    Yeah, I run 24/7 all heating season...

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  2. urkiddin

    urkiddin Member

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    If your not home what good is the detectors LOL:confused:
  3. ohbix

    ohbix Member

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    It's called sleep; the equivalent of "not home" yet physically at risk in case of fire.
  4. Indiana

    Indiana Feeling the Heat

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    24/7
  5. magsf11

    magsf11 Feeling the Heat

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    buffalo ny
    24/7 took the wife 2 weeks to let me run it that long.
  6. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    When I got my first stove, I was too nervous to let it run unattended over nite and/or when we were out.
    I got over that quick.

    One stove runs 24/7 with occasional downtime for cleanings. Second stove is backup when the temps dip
    below zero. They are on two different floors.

    I actually trust them more then the furnace.
  7. smg64ct

    smg64ct Member

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    I used to leave my classic bay running all the time. I don't trust my mount Vernon so I shut it off when I go out otherwise it runs all night. My stove has a lot of problems and it does crazy things so I don't trust it at all.

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