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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by glenc0322, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. glenc0322

    glenc0322 Minister of Fire

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    I am looking to purchase a small pellet stove for a small room 15 x 15 nothing to expensive with direct venting. looking to heat a bed room that does not get heat from my main pellet stove. It has base board heating from my oil furnace but with the price of oil i hate to use it. I also donot want the window unit that i see being sold. thanks for the input

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  2. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Lots O luck finding a pellet burner that can be installed in a bedroom.
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    IHATEPROPANE Minister of Fire

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    Probably better off using an electric space heater.
  4. Hellfire

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    Ever see those window models?
    Like an AC unit only a pellet instead.

    http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200446397_200446397

    I don`t know much about them (they look promising)but maybe that would be a good forum question.
    This the only thing i see aside from a full on stove .

    I know you did not want one (window style ) but maybe someone would chime in to see what their results with one are.
  5. glenc0322

    glenc0322 Minister of Fire

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    i looked at the window units the room i wanted to put it in does not have the proper window to install it thanks
  6. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    From the window stove manual. window.jpg
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    I do not think it is legal in most if not all areas to install in a bedroom
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    Electric heater
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    smallest pellet stove aside from the red-neck window mount...is a Jamestown J1000, again...not to be installed in a sleeping room.
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    J1000 is way overkill for a room that size too - mine heats 2k sq. ft. in NH. You'd have to have it set so low it wouldn't be running anywhere near its best.
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    I've spent a few nights on the couch looking at the flame. A lot more relaxing than laying in bed listening to the wife rant.
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    Holy guacomole Hoot....I think we married the same woman!!!;lol
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    A ranting wife you say, just buy some earplugs.
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    ill just use some fans to blow the heat around the corner
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    If you use fans you want to blow from the cold room to the hot room . I know it may sound bass ackward,but it works the cold air is denser and easier to move it will displace the warm air pushing it to where you want it.
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    wow and i thought just using a fan to blow the warm air in would be easy lol guess ill have to try it both ways
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    Interesting do whatever works, it may have have something to do with the vaulted ceiling. I'm no HACV expert I've never stayed at a Holiday Inn Express, but I have spent time on hearth .com pellet forum:cool:
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    So, how come the distribution fan on the stove blows the hot air out instead of sucking it in......... ??????????????
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    I don't know ??
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    I'm sure they do !!

    Take advantage of the nice weather I'm going to change oil in the truck wash & wax get snow blower ready , lawn mower away clean the stove and drink some beer :) Enjoy the weekend .
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    It sucks cold air in.
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    Makes sense to me it's located near the floor at the back of the stove [ in my case] pulling cold air over the heat exchanger pushing warm air out. Right?
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    It pushes cold air through the exchanger where it gets warmer.
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    Thanks!

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