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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by BrotherBart, Jan 18, 2008.

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  1. MichaelS

    MichaelS New Member

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    It's on the back side of the instruction sheet with the stop sign on it in the "Building A Fire" directions #6. This unit is designed to function effectively when air is allowed to circulate to all areas of the firebox. An ideal means of achieving this is to rake a slight (1"-2" wide) trough in the center of the coal bed from front to back prior to loading the fuel. Works great for me doing it this way. I loaded up at 11:00 last night and woke up at 7:30 this morning to a warm house and had no problem getting another fire going from the coals.

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  2. swestall

    swestall Minister of Fire

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    Hey Folks, I went there to just check it out and walked out with 8 boxes of FATWOOD at $2.30 a box; look at the accessories even if you don't want a stove.
  3. Jfk4th

    Jfk4th Minister of Fire

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    Good job on the fatwood , the LOWES here does not mark that down unfortunately or I would have bought out the store. Good buy
  4. mellow

    mellow Resident Stove Connoisseur

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    Everything in stock related to woodstoves and pellet stoves is 50% off. I just got back from picking up the Century Hearth FW300010 model, it was the last one but had a dent on the back so I got them to give me an extra 10% off. I also picked up the last fan they had. $408 for the stove and fan, I am quite happy with that. Ran up to DE so I could get it tax free.
  5. Jfk4th

    Jfk4th Minister of Fire

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    excellent buy on the stove, I paid 390 for the same stove and blower(no dent even) for my Dad's cabin. Tis the season for Lowes. Hell maybe I can scam them for 50% off on the fatwood here, probably won't work here. Every year they mark everything off but the fatwood it seems, no biggie
  6. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    Actually, if the damper was from Simpson Duravent, they are both a damper and a stove adapter in one. Can be purchased without damper in it or without.
  7. Sierranevada

    Sierranevada New Member

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    The half off thing is very tempting. So how many BTU's does the smaller (1500 sq ft) pellet stove produce per hour? That is, how do I compare it to other stoves? I guess I'm asking how many pounds of pellets can it burn per hour? Also, has anyone seen the larger Summers Heat 2200 multi fuel stove on sale through Lowes? The website just says my local stores don't carry it, but I'm wondering if it's a special order item.
  8. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    Um Mike, my gold plated door, and gold plated legs, and gold plated trim & spring knobs are all damaged, can you send me new ones ;)
  9. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    And a three pack of baffle gaskets?
  10. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    NO SILLY, they come from Tom ;)
  11. fullbore

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    Thanks for the post Mike. I will give a call Monday. Four bricks cracked but everything else looks perfect. No dents or paint chips and the components all survived. It's definitely a durable unit!
  12. stoveguy2esw

    stoveguy2esw Minister of Fire

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    ok man , like i said , no biggie, tell whoever picks you up in my service department that you are responding to a post i made on this site so i will know you got taken care of, bear in mind that it may be a little wait on the phone , this time of year with all the clearances and end of season sales, we get a lot of "floor models" sold that end up missing manuals and other small parts from pilfering and the stores putting them up and promptly losing them and such. or if ya want and dont have time to wait for a tech click this link and fill the registration out
    http://www.englanderstoves.com/warranty/warranty.html


    then click this one and fill it out
    http://www.englanderstoves.com/warranty/warranty-claim.html

    that way we can just get the bricks shipped to you without you having to speak to one of my techs. bear in mind though , if you have questions about the unit in any way i want you to call instead so we can answer them for you. whan you call make certain you have the units model and serial number handy so we can register the unit. once registered we can send warranty parts but i gotta have the serial number to do so.
  13. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    Got the 30 large at Scranton Lowes today. Welcome Bill. good to see another PA person here. Get ready for the cold.
  14. fullbore

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    Thanks again Mike. I'll give a call with my serial# and info.
  15. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Folks, let's try to keep the personal part of the business to phone calls, emails and PM's.

    No reason we all have to read the back and forth about a couple cracked firebricks a number of times.
  16. cntbill

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    Thanks :) Good deal on the 30... Ready Now :) stove is working nice. Yea, use to live in the Stroudsburg area till moving done here a few years ago and seems the winters are just a couple degrees warmer..lol

    First pellet stove I ever owned and figured this would be a good place to learn a bit about them and such, but I think it is burning too good, went through a little more than two bags so far... but it is keeping the house around 68-70 :) got a bit to learn and experiment with the settings and the like... but I'll get there...
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    :p :lol:

    Well! Thanks to this post, I went to lowes in Newington ,Ct sat nite & I am now the proud owner of a brand spanking new summersheat Model 50-snc30lc, 3.5 cu ft firebox , rated 2000 sq ft secondary burn
    wood stove for $449.50 + tax= $476.47 with only 2 cracked/ broken firebricks in it.

    The firebricks are a non issue because I am more than sure www.englanderstoves.com will take care of it for me.

    I've been wanting this stove for a long ,long time, but i didn't want to pay home depot $1,101.34 for it. 1039.oo +tax

    1101.34 - 476.47 =$624.87 savings

    Woopie-Doo,Monroe, Virginia!!!!

    :lol:

    I am so very happy!!!!! Thanks guys!
  18. michaelthomas

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    I have been following this thread and if lowes wants to make a stampede at their stores with unbelievable sales, they have done it. How many of those units have they sold in the past 2 days because of this site? I am not going to get caught up in all the hype. I am not going to bullied into a purchase by the mass mind. I will not be pursuaded by the corporate greed machine. I am going to go to Lowes and pick myself up a summer 30 for $449 because that is just a fricken awesome deal!:) :) :) :) I was looking to put a new install in in the next year or so. I was anticipating spending $1000-1500 on a stove. I am so excited!
  19. gpcollen1

    gpcollen1 Minister of Fire

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    Yeah, the Danbury store sold all their stoves during the day on friday - and that was a bunch of them for sure. I was too slow and should have bought at the 25% off. Now have to wait for the Depot to mark them down. They have a bunch too.
  20. bmwloco

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    I went to Lowes in Asheville NC last night after work with the intention of buying a stove to put in my garage.

    Guess I was a little late. Everything had someone's name on it and "sold" marked. The very stove I was after had two people
    hovering over it. with the look of "mine!" on their mugs.

    Oh well. I'll keep looking. In the mean time, I'll enjoy my VC Resolute II in the living room.
  21. Dennis 2

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    Thank you BrotherBart . I just went to lowe's and picked up a N30 .You saved me money Big Time . It was easy to get into my home , just but it on a snow board and brought around to my cellar- door .Going to hook it up tomorrow . They have one left at the Lowe's on Boston Rd. in Wilbraham Ma. If anyone is looking for one .
    Thanks again Dennis
  22. denn

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    I picked up a Englander 30-NC floor model at Lowes, Jan. 15. for $645.00, it's a pedestal but came with legs in a box.
    I need to put up a chimney this spring or summer
    I'll need a blower, but I'll wait and get that later because of the warranty running out.
    I measure 19" for log length.
  23. swestall

    swestall Minister of Fire

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    Check to see if they have the accessories that you need now, they are also on sale 50 off.
  24. denn

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    Thanks, but they say thats an order item.
    I think they had a fan for the Century stove.
    I don't think it will fit the Englander, but maybe it could be adapted.
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    <kicks himself for not reading this forums 2 days ago :-(
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