Mcfeeders

Murph Posted By Murph, Jan 29, 2013 at 1:05 PM

  1. Murph

    Murph
    Proud Grandparent 2.
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    Dec 13, 2011
    84
    9
    Loc:
    Cape Cod
    Cleaned Englander last night then tried to light it only the pellets would not light. Tried for fifteen minutes no luck. Had some Oakanagans in truck threw small handful in front of igniter and they took off in about forty seconds. The customer said she got them from Aubuchons and the other name on the bag was Emerald. Long stores short. No ignition, no heat value! Stay away!
     
  2. imacman

    imacman
    Guest 2.
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    Probably stored outdoors and were wet.
     
  3. Sir_Lancelot

    Sir_Lancelot
    Member 2.
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    Oct 21, 2010
    15
    1
    Loc:
    SW Ontario
    I'm currently using McFeeters and have zero problems. They are a little high on the ash side, but still put out good heat in my stove. Perhaps they "soaked" up some moisture like imacman said???
     
  4. Murph

    Murph
    Proud Grandparent 2.
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    Dec 13, 2011
    84
    9
    Loc:
    Cape Cod
    I guess that's possible although I checked them and they did not seem swollen or overly soft although they certainly did not have the hardness of other pellets I've come across.
     
  5. John C.

    John C.
    Member 2.
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    Mar 31, 2012
    95
    4
    Loc:
    Wethersfield Ct.
    I tried 4 bags you can keep them. DIRTY.
     
  6. fmsm

    fmsm
    Minister of Fire 2.
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    Dec 12, 2011
    715
    135
    Loc:
    South of Boston MA
    i've burned through about 3/4 of a ton without issue. A little ashy but I've found it to be a very decent hot pellet
     

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