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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Cooper, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. Paul Raz

    Paul Raz Feeling the Heat

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    Thanks. Just did the floors this year, the stove was the last piece

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  2. thedak

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    Smoke em if u got em'
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    2012 Enviro Mini-A !! :cool:

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  5. bollyRZ500

    bollyRZ500 Member

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    firstburn flameshot !! :)

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  6. Burnbaby

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    Recent install, I'm loving it

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  7. zrtmatos

    zrtmatos Member

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    I would like to add new pics of my new lower level stove; my Harman Accentra. She fires real nice, very quiet blower and the view stays clean for a long time. Very impressed with this model!
    Harman Accentra at home first fire.jpg Harman Accentra at home upright.jpg Harman Accentra at home.jpg
  8. zrtmatos

    zrtmatos Member

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    What kind is this one?
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    Here ya go. Harman P61 red.jpg
  10. tbear853

    tbear853 New Member

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    I built the log house in 1990-91 and built a hearth and placed the stove that fall of 91. I got interested in Pellet stoves by a Whitfield dealer, nearest one was 30 miles away. I walked into a Vermont Castings dealer one day with wife and they had this single stove, a nice looking Vermont Castings Reliance 2220 and said they really weren't interested in the pellet market, they preferred wood and coal and gas. They made me a decent deal I thought and I brung her home and this first picture is a crop of Christmas 2003.

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    This closer picture is a crop of a photo I had taken in 2010, newer table in place of TV, it has a large flat screen HD on it now.

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    I know the glass is a bit dirty in those pics, it gets like that after a few days, we clean it every couple weeks when the ash pan needs emptying if we can catch a time we can shut down and let it cool. Otherwise, If cold out and we need it, I just scrape off excess ash from burn pot, dump ashes, and go again. Gonna treat her to a real good cleaning come spring.
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    This was the day they installed it. Sorry so dark. It's a lopi agp
  12. woodsman23

    woodsman23 Minister of Fire

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  13. Phil Do's fire.

    Phil Do's fire. Minister of Fire

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  14. Phil Do's fire.

    Phil Do's fire. Minister of Fire

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    Cozy looking, like the dog.:)
  15. Sideshow Bob

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    New Quadra Fire Classic Bay Insert with a marble surround fireplace (which was a PITA!) New homeowner and yes, this was a must-do project. I've learned, a bag of pellets a day keeps to oil man away!
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  16. DexterDay

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    Welcome to the Forum.... That Classic Bay is an Awesome heater. I'm on season 5 with mine and Love it.

    Nice set up, enjoy the heat.

    (What setting are you running? If on High, try Med or even Low. A slower and lower heating approach will let the stove run longer but make the house more comfortable.)
  17. Sideshow Bob

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    Thanks for the welcome! Ive learned so much in just a week of reading here. I think I might have read your post that was talking about keeping it a slow warm soak to warm up the furniture and not just the air. So I'm running on low during the day and medium at the start of the evening. Glad to see someone with a happy history with this heater. Don't mind me as I pick your brain from season to season!
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  18. save$

    save$ Minister of Fire

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    Nice looking set up, just curious, what material is that OAK made of?
  19. save$

    save$ Minister of Fire

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    That is fantastic. Outstanding workmanship.
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  20. ChandlerR

    ChandlerR Minister of Fire

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    Seeing this is a dual thread, have any of you shepherd guys seen the new book by Robert Crais called "Suspect" ? It's about a MWD (military working dog) called Maggie and is absolutely amazing. Crais has a German bred GSD and knows his dogs.
  21. FS1971

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    Hope you can see the pic's. First time posting pictures. Bad camera, good Harman Accentra.

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  22. sunnyg

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    well here is my stove, been lurking for 3 yrs.
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  23. sootinmyhair

    sootinmyhair New Member

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    Glad to see someone has one of these. If only they weren't so heavy!
  24. zrtmatos

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    So why was this such a pain in the ass?

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