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One Year of Experience.

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bill3rail, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. bill3rail

    bill3rail Feeling the Heat

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    It has been one year since I first started my stove. I have burnt well over a ton of pellets. The second half of last year was very mild, and I did not burn too much. The first half of this year has been fairly cold and I have burned more than last year by far.

    The only problem that I have experienced was this past week, when she would not fire up four different times. Upon inspection I discovered that my upper auger jammed. `I just turned the auger from the motor end and I quickly felt it free up. Hit start and that was it she ran fine.

    I am extremely satisfied with England Stove and burning pellets, and more important than that, my wife likes it! She asks to put the stove on sooner than I do some days.

    I love reading these forums because the information/jokes/help that is offered up is priceless.


    Thanks,

    Bill with a beautiful, warm and happy wife!
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  2. P38X2

    P38X2 Minister of Fire

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    Congrats on your warm home, happy wife and first DIY repair :)
    ....and saving $$$ ;)
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  3. As we always say on the internet: Post pics or it's not true. :)
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  4. bill3rail

    bill3rail Feeling the Heat

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    What Part?
    Beautiful, happy or warm?
    Or all three?
    Don't hold your breath!

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