My Harman XXV pellet stove

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ernie, Nov 22, 2005.

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  1. wahsega

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    :bug: Turn that cat over I think hes done on that side!
     
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  2. ernie

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    Just an update on my XXV Harman. I just finished burning my first ton of fuel. I have burned it since the last week in October till now, Jan 24 AND HAVE NEVER TURNED MY FURNACE ON ONCE! I will admit we have had an unusually mild winter and the one stretch of cold weather we had in December, about 10 days, I burned my BIS fireplace.
    I think only spending 169.00 on a ton of pellets for this lenght of time a bargain.
    My XXV does not suffer from any squeeling blower problems and works flawlessly.
    ernie
     
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    As stated in one of the posts above, when my issue was resolved I would update here. I already did on the other thread. The issue was resolved, my stove now runs quite.

    This stove now is all I hoped it ever would be, I truly love it. If you are considering buying a new pellet stove, this is the one.

    Here is a new photo of my Harman XXV.
     

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