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Regency I3100 Installation

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Marcus, Feb 25, 2006.

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  1. Marcus

    Marcus New Member

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    Our I3100 was just installed last week and has been burning non-stop since then

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  2. Marcus

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  3. Donna

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    Nice looking insert...you are going to get years of heat/pleasure out of that beast.
    Cheers
  4. Marcus

    Marcus New Member

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    Thanks Donna- we are enjoying it tremendously
  5. HarryBack

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    I concur....actually, I like the simple, no-nonsense look of the stove.......quiet elegance..... Nice job.
  6. yukiginger

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    Very clean!! Congratulations! (...and I have the same ash bucket.)

    Mark
  7. Marcus

    Marcus New Member

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    Got the ash bucket online for $25 less than my local dealer wanted. Turned out the manufacturer was just a few miles from my house and they delivered it the next day.
  8. iburnpine

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    Marcus,

    Your install looks great. You must have kids running around or some sort of home daycare based on that gate. You must be pleased with the stove. I have a Regency F1100 in my basement and it does a great job. Enjoy the stove.
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