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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Joe and Kelly Tomeno, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. Joe and Kelly Tomeno

    Joe and Kelly Tomeno Member

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    I am looking tinto possibly purchasing a Quadra Fire Classic Bay Pellet Stove from a dealer in my area...Does anybody have any opinions or reviews on this stove?

    Thanks

    joe

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  2. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    I love mine... I used it exclusively for 3 yrs heating my entire house (2,180 sq ft ranch).

    Never used High heat setting and only use Med when temps dip below 10*-15* outside. Use Low heat setting mainly and do the Low and Slow approach.

    One of the easiest stoves to run on the market. Get a good stat with a 3*-4* swing and find a good (lowest) setting that barely keeps up with heat loss, but just enough, to overcome it. Runs longer, but keeps house more comfortable, and stove stays off longer when it does shut down, because the entire contents of the home have become "Soaked" with heat.

    That said, if you like to tinker and mess with the stove... Then buy a Harman (bigger than your P-38) or another quality brand that has more options. The Quad is High, Med, and Low... Set stat for desired temp (run a big swing to allow proper cool down time) fill with pellets, and enjoy!!
  3. slls

    slls Minister of Fire

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    I told a Quad tech CB 1200 is the best stove Quad makes, he agreed.
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  4. kinsmanstoves

    kinsmanstoves Minister of Fire

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    Hey Joe where are you located? I might know a guy.

    Eric
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  5. slls

    slls Minister of Fire

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  6. DBCOOPER

    DBCOOPER Feeling the Heat

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    Fill it with pellets, select low,medium or high and adjust the feed gate for the best size flame based on the brand of pellets.Keep it clean and it will keep you warm.

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