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  1. HEMI

    HEMI Feeling the Heat

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    Anybody have any info on this stove?

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  2. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Uh Oh, hemi's looking for a new stove.

    Here's a review from hearth.com Not much but something.

    http://hearth.com/ratesingles/rate2645.html

    The Harmons come with all the bells and whistles. They are one of the best, But they are pricey!

    How much are they asking for the one your looking at?

    jay
  3. HEMI

    HEMI Feeling the Heat

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    most want $2499 for the p43......but found a place today for $2399....only 100 bucks but the guy spent some time on the phone with me that the others didn't and explained his tech support in detail......gonna go tomorrow and check the place out.
  4. Bkins

    Bkins Feeling the Heat

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    Hemi,

    Have you asked Mike to replace your stove? I would give that a try b4 I spent another couple thousand on a new stove, unless you just want the Harman.

    Bkins
  5. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Sounds like a decent deal, Tech support is worth its weight in gold. My brother in law paid 3K+ for a p38 2 yrs ago. So far there very happy with it. They had an ignitor issue last year and there tech was there in less than a day and had them going.

    Have fun stove shopping.
    jay
  6. HEMI

    HEMI Feeling the Heat

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    nah i just don't think the stove is for me.....it has gotten better the last couple days for sure, but I want the harman. Maybe i can sell this one and soak up some of the cost on the new one.
  7. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Hemi,

    I have to say this (even though I am starting to sound like a broken record). If you in the market for a new stove I would be looking at multifuel stoves too! I know the Harmon will burn any pellet known to man. But you will still need to scrap the burn pot more than a multifuel stove. They do it for you. Multifuel is supposed to be the future of pellets.

    Hey you in the stove shop anyway. Ask him what he has in a multifuel unit. Harmon has a nice one and so do several brands.

    You will be able to burn ANYTHING with ease!
    jay
  8. HEMI

    HEMI Feeling the Heat

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    thanks for the reminder...will do
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