So how much have you burned this season so far?

letsblaze Posted By letsblaze, Oct 15, 2012 at 6:24 AM

  1. silverfox103

    silverfox103
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    Oct 4, 2011
    481
    90
    Loc:
    Littleton, NH
    7 bags, 2 stoves
     
  2. whlago

    whlago
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    Nov 30, 2011
    294
    50
    Loc:
    NW Connecticut
    bag 4 in the hopper....getting used to the saying "take the chill out"
     
  3. Hoot23

    Hoot23
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    Mar 28, 2012
    868
    129
    Loc:
    Alfred, Me
    Bag #6 in the hopper
     
  4. Indiana

    Indiana
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    Dec 5, 2010
    291
    25
    Loc:
    Earth
    Just put bag one in. The hopper was full from end of last season. Not cold enough yet for more than a 2 hr burn.
     
  5. ByCo

    ByCo
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    Jan 29, 2011
    94
    18
    Loc:
    Nebraska
    5 bags since Sept. 1.
     
  6. Danny Cathcart

    Danny Cathcart
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    Apr 28, 2012
    76
    37
    Loc:
    Michigan
    Unsure. I'm thinking 5, possibly 6 bags. Its 80° in here, and the Sandman is softly calling my name...
     
  7. Nicholas440

    Nicholas440
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    Oct 27, 2008
    347
    5
    Loc:
    Northeast Oh
    2 bags so far to take the chill off at night..
     
  8. Alain S. Prevost

    Alain S. Prevost
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    Sep 14, 2012
    56
    40
    Loc:
    Maine
    20 Bags of 'Maine Choice'
    Running in Harman PF100, heating 5400sq ft. 2700 main house and another 2700 in basement/garage. Temp at 74 on thermometer in house and 74 on harman thermostat. Heating since October 1st up here in Maine.
    A lot better than my Oil system....This furnace is great!
     
  9. Mongo

    Mongo
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    Jan 4, 2010
    54
    2
    I am guessing 10 or less
     
  10. briggsy13

    briggsy13
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    Sep 19, 2011
    126
    8
    Loc:
    Maryland
    pretty sure we are only on bag #3.
     
  11. bill3rail

    bill3rail
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    Jan 12, 2012
    626
    122
    Loc:
    LI, NY
    Still too early in some parts to ask!
    Maybe one bag...
    I still have my first load in the hopper (60lb).

    Bill
     
  12. TheMightyMoe

    TheMightyMoe
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    Aug 2, 2012
    596
    138
    Loc:
    Fairbanks, Alaska.
  13. Augmister

    Augmister
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    Jun 16, 2008
    501
    77
    Loc:
    Socialist Republic of RI
    Bag #4....GreenTeam Just to take the chill off.....
     
  14. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger
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    Oct 16, 2012
    256
    47
    Loc:
    Massachusetts
    Bags 7 & 8 in the hopper now. Stove is off. Been doing some experimenting with new CAB50. Probably would have burned 3 or 4.
    (North Mass.)
     
  15. nikeseer

    nikeseer
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    Oct 14, 2012
    237
    5
    Loc:
    Central Connecticut
    Burned 3 or 4? Tons or Bags? How is yours running? How much are you using so far for what duration of run time and what setting (feed rate and Blower).
     
  16. nikeseer

    nikeseer
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    Oct 14, 2012
    237
    5
    Loc:
    Central Connecticut
    Bag 10 in the hopper since Oct 24.
     
  17. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger
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    Oct 16, 2012
    256
    47
    Loc:
    Massachusetts
    3 - 4 bags. Bag 12 in hopper last night. It's running great haven't misfired since that one time. My feed gate is 1/2 open burning Green Supreme, this keeps the flame at the recommended height. I run on high always. Connected to an auto set back T-stat. 70::F when home 66::F when at work or retired for the night. Stove is in basement connected to a center chimney. I leave the stairway door open and the floor grilles in the back room actually work as air return to cellar, the heat pours up the stairway. This keeps 1st and 2nd floors at 68::F when home and 64::F when gone. I'm burning less than a bag a day. Heating 3000 sq. ft.
     
  18. nikeseer

    nikeseer
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    Oct 14, 2012
    237
    5
    Loc:
    Central Connecticut
    I work at home so here 24/7. Trying to find the happy medium. With oil we used to keep the house at 67 and that was a little chilly. Our house is 1500 sq ft and med kept it at 70 on the lower level. What thermostat do you have? How long do you think your stove runs total in 24 hrs? 10 hrs about a half bag on med. Flame on the low side but peaks about 4-6 when it's given a lot of fuel.
     
  19. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger
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    Oct 16, 2012
    256
    47
    Loc:
    Massachusetts
    I have the Honeywell #RTHL2310. I haven't kept track on total run time and I can't hear it when I'm on the 1st floor. The Tstat when set at 70 will heat to 70 or 71 shut stove down and call for heat at 69. At 66 it will heat to 66 or 67 and call for heat at 65. I did set the feed gate to 1/4 open at one time and the flame went below pot level to 3 or four inches above so I set to 1/2 open. Sometimes It will flame to 10 inches but usually in 4 - 8 inch range.
     
  20. neksteve

    neksteve
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    Oct 9, 2012
    27
    2
    Loc:
    nek vermont
    I have used about half ton since beginning of October. I use a bag or so a day now its below 30 at nights.
     
  21. briansol

    briansol
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    Jan 18, 2009
    1,913
    293
    Loc:
    central ct
    bag #10 went in this morning.
     
  22. Harvey Schneider

    Harvey Schneider
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    Oct 9, 2012
    1,321
    321
    Loc:
    Southbury, CT
    I've burned about 1/2 ton. Kind of surprised me that it is so much, but I have the oil thermostat set to "off".
    Just found out that the minimum on oil for a fixed price contract is 500 gallons. I don't think I will use that much. Oh well.
     
  23. nikeseer

    nikeseer
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    Oct 14, 2012
    237
    5
    Loc:
    Central Connecticut
    Now do you see the flame constant at 4-6 inches or so? And yours is on high all the time? Wow! killer for you! Loving pellet heat. Just trying to find my comfort spot as to what works the best and most efficient use of fuel. Thanks for the info on the T-stat. I'm getting one with an adj swing and programmable. Where is your thermostat in relationship to your stove? Thanks for all the info and help!!!
     
  24. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger
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    Oct 16, 2012
    256
    47
    Loc:
    Massachusetts
    Tstat is in behind the stove on the other side of the room, so stove blows away from it. I get a good even temperature this way. The basement is wide open, no partitions.
     
  25. nikeseer

    nikeseer
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    Oct 14, 2012
    237
    5
    Loc:
    Central Connecticut
    What height is your flame steady at at 1/2 open on medium? When they say in the book that the flame should be 4-8 inches on high, is that constant or just peaking? Curious. Trying placement scenarios with my thermostat. If in the same room it cycles too much. Around the corner of the opening of the room it is in it cycles for long times and sometimes doesn't get to temp to cycle so playing with the temperature setting. Any info?
     

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