1. Paul Raz

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    Feeling the Heat

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    I kinda got lucky because I searched best stoves on the market and it came down to 2 of them. After reading reviews of all the stoves the Harman one hands down.
     
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  2. herdfan2003

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    I thought it was spelled Harmon...:). Bought mine used not knowing much about pellet stoves. Boy was that a lucky buy. Easy use, easy clean...great stove.
     
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  3. Don2222

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    Minister of Fire

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    Hello

    I worked on a few and saw how well built they were and how long they lasted, I like how they radiate the heat as well as blow the heat out. The P-Series is the easiest to clean of the Harmans and all other stoves. I bought 3 old broken ones and made them all work like new. The older ones are a bit heavier such as the fines box cover is iron not steel. I put in 3 new control panels so they work just as good as the new ones. Then I sold one to help pay for the other two. Also easy to repaint. Just wish the ash pan was a bit more solid like the stove. LOL
     
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  4. Bioburner

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    At least the ash bin is big enough to go a month or so without having to empty.
     
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  5. fmsm

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    I bought mine because it was one the few inserts on rails. I liked the idea of being able to pull the stove out without worrying about the exhaust or oak pipes.

    Harman's reputation ect. Sealed the deal
     
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  6. sandpipe

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    I bought mine purely for the heat-- the house and land came along with it.
     
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