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Posted By 1Dtml,
Feb 11, 2012 at 11:32 AM
Warm & toasty:
Beast of a heater! Looks dandy!
Did you check the Maxx M while stove hunting? Just curious what the price difference between the Maxx and the Maxx M.
I purchased the Maxx used, but in great shape, and it is a beast!!
The Maxx raises the temperature 20*F in less than an hour.
Geez, Could have fooled me looks brand new! Don't see many used ones. Nice score! ;-)
Why did they sell it?
Maybe it ate too many pellets. ;-P
But you guys were right "better bigger than not enough."
Time for a Tim the tool man grunt! :cheese:
These things were born to eat! Mechanical hippo. ;-)
Nice setup - looks just like my Maxx basement install. If I had to do it all over, I would've done it sooner! So I see you have it oaked, was that a DIY or did you purchase some sort of 'kit'? - I've been meaning to add one for next season to see if it makes a difference.
This was my first DIY install, and many thanks throughout this process to all that helped with solid advice and tips on this forum
Wachusett recommended using the Z-flex alum flex and 3" vent kit found here:
Quality stuff at an excellent price for an DIY OAK install.
Maxx Pellet list $3,079.00, Maxx M List $3,499.00
Looks great..... Oil Man not liking that ;-P
Very nice job.... Big unit, Big BTU's, Big appetite, Big Savings......... Love it
The Maxx is a great stove and really efficient . I installed it three years ago in the basement and couldn't be happier 142 bags to heat upstairs 1000 sq feet and basement 1000 sq feet last winter . A heck of a lot better then heating with wood
This winter so far I have used 68 bags and about to bring in 4 more . Not bad for Northestern Ontario . Very happy .
if you got it used do you know what "program" its running on? that stove can be tuned up or down by 10kbtu on 5. it comes @ 60 and you can move a jumper pin on the control board to bring it to 70 or 50
Nope I didn't check out what it is running at, but I can't picture it needing more.
I'm very happy with this stove, for it ignores the fact that it is surrounded by concrete that it needs to heat. ;-)
As big as they are, People think they eat like crazy. They can, But I have seen them be more pellet frugal than a heater of a lesser size. The heat exchanger is massive on these monsters and convert goobs of the heat many would send out the vent! I can't recommend many for a basement install, But the Maxx and a P68 lead the pack.
hwdemers is correct they are defaulted to 60K BTU's. Not many have needed the change to the 70K.
You getting much heat transfer upstairs?
Actually I was just thinking that the Maxx is pretty frugal given the environment that it is being asked to heat.
I think it would be a good basement heater for transferring heat upstairs, but I'm just looking to heat the basement, and I have the basement door closed.
The floors upstairs are nice and toasty though. ;-)
I have nothing to compare to, but I will say I'm very happy with the way Regency=Enviro is heating my house.
I'm so happy with my new (used) Mini up in the family room that I'm going to replace my Eagle 5520 stove in the basement with a Maxx. On the look now for a used Maxx.