mini-a advice

pete7713 Posted By pete7713, Mar 6, 2013 at 5:52 PM

  1. pete7713

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    I can purchase a demo for $1699 or a new stove for $1999,is either a good deal. They also have power pellets $200 per ton
     
  2. smwilliamson

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    Not bad for either but go new.
     
  3. pete7713

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    Thanks for your advice. There aren't many stove dealers in my area to get a price comparison idea. The only other dealer I went to had a mini sitting on display for $2100. I asked if it was a mini or mini-a,they said what's a mini-a? Turned out to be a mini, mini-a would be $2400. Is there an easy way to tell them apart or do you just go by the build date.
     
  4. john193

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    do you still get a warranty with the floor model? If so, go with it.
     
  5. pete7713

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    It's a demo hooked up and burning pellets, warranty started 4 months ago when they started using it.
     
  6. smwilliamson

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    I thought they only made the "a" now which is improved?
     
  7. smwilliamson

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    That would be a mini a
     
  8. pete7713

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    the mini a is the newer model,the first stove i looked at was a mini, must have been old stock
     
  9. imacman

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    Without the full warranty for the demo, buy the new stove.
     

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