My Harman P68 was installed today

Diana627 Posted By Diana627, Jul 29, 2008 at 4:36 PM

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  1. Diana627

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    My Harman P68 was intalled this morning. The crew of 3 were here for about 3 hours. The installer did a fantastic job. He did put screws in the joints, did the draft test, brought his own pellets, but not enough so he used my bag, and the stove is still running. I did tell him the forums recommendations, and he wasn't very happy with that one, but all was done that needed to be done. He suggested we read the manual, which we'll do so. Of importance, as he's a firefighter, he told us not to buy a shop vac as it could get hot and start a fire so we'll buy a pellet stove vacuum. Also, we were told to make sure we empty the ashes in the proper metal container, so that's next on the list. Now, I'm going to call the fire marshall for an inspection to err on the side of caution. Thanks for everyone's input.
    Brunster
     
  2. BubbRubb

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    Here are the pics of the install
     

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  3. Diana627

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    I will certainly like to post the pictures. Can someone tell me how to do it?
    Thanks...
     
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    Congrats on your purchase of your P68. I hope it brings you many years of great service and satisfaction.

    I myself just purchased a P68 and will have it installed soon.

    I am new to the world of pellet stoves so I am in for an education. But I have to do something since gas prices this winter will be so high.

    I was lucky and found some dicontinued pellets at Lowes. I bought 4 pallets to them so that will equal just over 3 tons.

    I have no idea where I will put all of them but the price was right at $1.25 a bag. I quess my lawnmower will get no use of the shed this winter.
     
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