New to Pellet Stoves

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by CamperWill, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. stoveguy2esw

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    still a beaut of an install bro, future ref, might have to boost the LBA up to say about 6 in flue installs helps get air to the igniter during startup and doesn't hurt performance afterwards at least if you have slow starters in a flue hookup
     
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  2. CamperWill

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    It was worth it Scott! The electrical will look a bit cleaner once I get the UPS and tack everything to the wall.

    I have to say for a budget purchase this turned out great, now lets see if it can kick out the heat come winter. Already have pellets on the way!

    I'll give the LBA a shot once the cold weather hits.
     
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  3. ivanhoe

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    maybe i didn't see it but you gotta get a electrical suppressor, pronto! and don't forget to update your signature profile like ours. welcome aboard and enjoy the new stove. oops, i see the UPS is on the way:(.
     
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    Nice set up. Looks fantastic!
     
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    The hammer is the pointy thing, right?
     
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