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Pictures of Pellet Stoves Installed Here.....New Post

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by sydney1963, Jan 9, 2009.

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  1. sydney1963

    sydney1963 New Member

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    Here is mine.

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  2. imacman

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    And mine:

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    woodsman23 Minister of Fire

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    Yes mac it also has a disco ball that comes out of the hopper with the push of a button!!!!.
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    woodsman23 Minister of Fire

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    never mind
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    Heres mine.

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    <<<<------- Mine is in the avatar
  10. nsbadge

    nsbadge New Member

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    Heres mine with my pellet Storage Box.

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    Sorry its so small. I'll update it later. I need to pry open my wallet and splurge on a new digital camera.

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  12. bungalobob

    bungalobob Feeling the Heat

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    Is that a picture of a picture of a stove?
  13. crausch

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    Sort of. Back when I first joined I created a thumbnail picture of the image of the shot I took of my stove. Then I tried to apply a little lame artistic work by adding a border. I can't locate the original camera shot though.

    Right after my post I went to Amazon and ordered a new digital camera. So an updated pic will be coming soon. Well, as soon as I learn how to use the new camera - lol
  14. Raven20

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    Looks good to me Code......
  15. bungalobob

    bungalobob Feeling the Heat

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    I shouldn't really say much myself. I have a couple of shots of mine I was going to post when I installed it a month back, but every time I tried to post, it said the pictures were too big or something like that. Tried to follow the hints section here on posting, but I am an idiot, I believe. It's one of those things where it is easier not to do. So, instead, I admire others installed pic's. Sooner or later I will get one up there. Good luck with the new camera.
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    My USSC 6039HF----The thinking man (woman 's) stove. Burn half corn half pellets. Heats the finished basement in a 2,300 square foot bungalow in Southern Ontario


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  17. sydney1963

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    OMG that's too funny!
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    Did this work?
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    Did you make the storage box?
  20. mrmichaeljmoore

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    Here is mine:

    Whitfield/Lenox Profile 20

    (Just did the weekly cleaning....)

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  21. imacman

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    Is that a surge protector lying on the floor next to the stove?......hope you remember to connect it :)
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    How do you like that stove? Does it run quiet? I've been looking into these but haven't had a chance to see one burn.
  24. imacman

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    I looked at the other pic on Flickr, and see you just have it plugged into the outlet w/o a surge protector.....unless the Kill-A-watt unit also serves as a protector, your "playing w/ fire"......the electronics on these stoves DON'T like surges & spikes.......
  25. lessoil

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    The dogs are enjoying the heat!!
    We are too!!
    +6F outside and 75F inside

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