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My advance

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by GVA, Oct 5, 2006.

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  1. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    I figured that I should add to the site.
    This was my install of the harman advance.
    Tis the season :)

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  2. MountainStoveGuy

    MountainStoveGuy New Member

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    Nice! i expecially like the fire extinguisher by the dog bowl. Good call keeping one of those handy.
  3. wg_bent

    wg_bent Minister of Fire

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    That's one of the best Pellet stove installs I've seen. VERY nice!!!!!!!!!!
  4. ourhouse

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    Looks great nice job!!!!!
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    That's in case the dog spontaneously combusts... :bug:

    -- Mike
  6. RoosterBoy

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    nice install hope you enjoy the stove. reminds me i'm going to pick up a fire extinguisher tonight

    Jason
  7. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    Thanks guy's for the comments, This is the third season with it and it's very very warm (inside). Picked the location because the advance blows heat out from the beveled sides as well as the front, it helps to throw some heat directly at the kitchen where the dogs dish is. and it looks like the phone cord is wrapped in the fire extinguisher I better go take care of that......
    Oh yeah never lost a dog to spontanious combustion but all three dogs seem to have a case of gaseous expulsions........(silent but deadly sometimes) :sick:
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    Very nice! Were you laying on the table to take that pic? (I can see the corner in the lower part of the shot). I think fire extinguishers are great housewarming gifts. Very few people will go out and buy a 25-30 dollar extinguisher for their own house. They buy the 10-dollar Kiddie from Lowe Depot and expect it to work 10 years from now. I learned that you need to bang those cheapies on the ground once to break the agent loose before using them. It seems to settle and cake after a while. Learned that from a friend who lost a vehicle because of that. Kind of distressing to squeeze the lever, and it just hisses a little!

    I really like the looks of that stove in that room. Should be able to kick back and enjoy it for a long time to come.
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    Don't need to bang them on the ground, but it is good practice to turn them upside down a give them a shake every 6 months or so.
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