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  1. Trapshooter

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    Hey all,
    New here and new to pellets..
    Sick of high propane prices so i'm looking to purchase a refurbed 55-TRREP
    from AM FM.
    980sq well insulated ranch home..


    Thanks !
    Tom
     
  2. fossil

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    What is this appliance you're talking about? I've tried searching for AM FM 55-TRREP, and I've gotten nowhere with that. :rolleyes:

    If it's a pellet stove, we're in the wrong forum here. I can take care of that easily, but I need to know where your query belongs. Welcome! Rick
     
  3. BrotherBart

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    It is a Summers Heat (Englander) pellet stove.

    Moving this over to the pellet room.
     
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    Not only that, Sounds like it has a stereo built in!!;)
     
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    I know BB...I was just kidding!!
     
  7. BrotherBart

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    I know. I can't even guess why they used that name. It would be interesting to know.
     
  8. imacman

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    AM FM is a great company to do business with. Many members here have bought stoves from them and I don't remember any complaints.

    The stoves are refurbed right at Englander by Mike Holton & his tech crew, then drop shipped direct to you. They come with original 1 yr warranty and new OAK.

    Mike is a member here and is available a lot of time to help with problems, plus their regular customer service phone line. Best customer service in the stove industry.
     
  9. smwilliamson

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    The EP is the evolution series. They make it in a freestanding and inser version. Has bay glass, uses a drop feed system (as opposed to it's cousins which are horizontal feed) and is available under the Englander, Summers Heat and Timber Ridge brand names. AM/FM sells the Timber Ridge brand and the AM/FM site is the way England Stove Works sells direct. Englander is Home Depot, Summers Heat is Lowes.

    The stove is great. Can be used with a regular household thermostat for complete on/off and hi/low operation. Requires outside air MANDATORY.

    Welcome and enjoy
     
  10. mralias

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    They built radios before pellet stoves? ;)
     
  11. SmokeyTheBear

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    Welcome to the funny farm Trapshooter.

    I see some of the critters on here have already provided some entertainment.
     
  12. stoveguy2esw

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    always nice to meet a new member of the ESW family, the EP series is becoming quite a popular stove for us. she'll do a 1K sq ft home pretty proud unless you can see through the walls. you shouldn't have that issue with a well insulated home of that size, you actually may be shopping for a thermostat for her if you are well insulated, look for one with a 2-3 degree "swing" temp. in that small a dwelling if well insulated she may have you down to "skivvies" pretty quick, so you might want a stat should you wish to entertain friends ;). the "swing" temp takes some pressure off the igniter while allowing a steady tem like you get from a central system.
     
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    Andy Mays is the owner his wife's name is Fay hence "am-fm" both are long time friends of mine and great people to be around
     
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    Skivvies, "swing" settings.... Are you selling stoves or running some kind of middle class brothel...?
     
  15. stoveguy2esw

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    dang that pesky 5th amendment :p
     
  16. SmokeyTheBear

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    We have ways.
     
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    Ended up buying a 2 yr old quadrafire CB 1200 for $1200 for the stove and vent pipe
     
  18. mralias

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    Good for you, nice stove. Remember pictures or it did not happen. :)
     
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