ENGLANDER Pellet Owners-wanna share good stuff?

jimmieguns Posted By jimmieguns, Jan 21, 2013 at 11:37 PM

  1. jlupi

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    Pesky clearances to combustibles. They just put that there so people dont lick the hot stove. You know the same people that would buy a pellet from HD
     
  2. N.E S4

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    Englander must have sold tons of the 25 pdvc. $1100.00 for a brand new unit with warranty. I've seen people on craigslist trying to sell a used unit for $1200.00 go figure

    This is my first stove I love it.
     
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  3. turbosporsche

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    yai don't get that and u can get them from am/fm online for 799 and that's for a reman with warranty
     
  4. N.E S4

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    I couldn't pull up that site, I'd like to see what else they have.
     
  5. Shaw520

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  6. N.E S4

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  7. N.E S4

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    Wow great price. Very tempting I need a stove for the living room.

    Thanks, I'll book mark the site. Is there a site for Harman as well for reman stove?
     
  8. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    I think my next stove is going to be the 25-IP from them. But can you believe the $799 price for a refurb PDVC? That is a steal for that stove as far as I am concerned. I have already got about 5 buddies looking into these stoves because they are so impressed with mine. No one can go wrong getting a Quad or a Harman but I don't think you do with these stoves either. So much bang for the buck! Well i guess no bang as long as you keep the curtains away ::-)
     
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  9. turbosporsche

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    Ya I havent found a discount price for harman. Good news is my hopper extension came today now ill beable to hold more than half a bag. Lol
     
  10. N.E S4

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    Nice! I've ordered my the other day I should have it Friday.

    I can't believe I'm spending so much time on this forum instead of a Ducati forum.

    It's been very educational for a first time owner.
     
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  11. DexterDay

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    What gauge wire? You do realize that elongating the cord, will drop the voltage to the Board? Which can make it Chit the bed?

    Thats why certain things are to NEVER be plugged into an extension cord, or add to the current cord.

    The last cord I bought was 10 gauge/25 ft and was $114.99... Still wouldn't use it on my stoves. I ran a dedicated line just for my Furnace. Why risk the investment?

    How do we function in life you ask? ? SMH?
     
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  12. chrisasst

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    Half a bag....I can get a full bag in mine with most pellets.. Some I can't get completely the whole thing but close.

    Where and how much is this hopper extension? Pics?
     
  13. N.E S4

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  14. Jason Knapp

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    That's exactly what I did! I'm still working on the guard under the burn pot. Just welding the side holes closed and making a gasket for between the burn pot and cradle made a HUGE difference!
     
  15. turbosporsche

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    Not sure why englander couldn't do that
     
  16. smoke show

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    what kinda differences are we seeing? mine seems to get too much air now on 1&2 even with the lba bottomed out.
     
  17. turbosporsche

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    U get a cleaner burn on high less of the ash wad that tends to be pushed into the glass. Since my house is on the larger end I haven ran the stove on 1 or 2 in a long time. I typically set it on 5 or 6 and use a thermostat to turn it on off. But then again mine is in heat mode c so its like running it on 9 or 10 if it went that high.

    I should throw a temp prob on it and run it through different heat setting then make a chart for my friends on here. Maybe something to due while we r getting this dam blizzard
     
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  18. Jason Knapp

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    I have a 25 ep, After welding the holes shut, (both rows on the pot closest to the glass, the bottom row closest to the bricks. I also welded the big hole on the left side of the pot. I left the hole open for the igniter.) I then made a gasket out of the left over material from the new exhaust housing gasket and put it between the pot and the cradle. My stove settings are 2,5,1. My heat is on 3 and my blower is on 5 or higher. My stove is running so much better. Ash is being blown out of the pot, my clinker issue is gone. I haven't had to scrape my pot in over 24 hours!
     
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