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Enviro’s Empress??

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by johnnywarm, Jan 10, 2008.

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  1. johnnywarm

    johnnywarm Minister of Fire

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    Can you Watch the flame on the Empress with the doors open??? This is a nice looking Pellet stove. If you have the Empress Insert,is it a Quiet as they say??

    John

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    It is quiet. You can't actually open the glass door on the Empress and let it burn but you can open the "doors" and watch the fire.
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    So the stove will run with the "doors" open?
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    Shane is Screwing with you with words
    Look closer at his post

    I bolded the Key word.
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    you can open the cast decorative door frames to make it look like you have the GLASS doors open.
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    So if you need to service it. it has another door behind the cast ones??
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    The small doors attached to the from open
    the cast front that the small doors are on also open on a hindg
    then the glass opens
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    I think i need to look at one.

    Thank You John
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    Thanks Dave. That looks like a great pellet stove. Hows it doing??

    John
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    I love it. I don't have any complaints as of yet. We have an open floor plan, with 18 ft ceilings in the great room, and it does a great job of keeping it warm in there. With only oil, we would keep it at about 69 degrees. With this installed now, we're around 72 when it's anywhere between 15 degress and higher. It dips down on the really colder days, but not too bad.
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    Thanks dave
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