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Thelin Echo - here is my new beauty!!!

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by AAsTeapots, Nov 30, 2007.

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  1. AAsTeapots

    AAsTeapots New Member

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    we just this installed today it has not even been used yet

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  2. titan

    titan Minister of Fire

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    What type of stove is that?Never seen one before.
  3. JohnnyBravo

    JohnnyBravo New Member

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    nice and clean. i take it its a pellet stove with those hearth clearances. i like
  4. AAsTeapots

    AAsTeapots New Member

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    It is a Thelin ECHO Yes pellet thanks I like too!!!
  5. JohnnyBravo

    JohnnyBravo New Member

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    is it warm out or are you waiting for an inspection?
  6. AAsTeapots

    AAsTeapots New Member

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    Waiting on inspection I have home daycare cant use till it has passed We have wood stove burning now
  7. WILDSOURDOUGH

    WILDSOURDOUGH New Member

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    Like it-very nice !
    Really like those diamonds in the glass.
  8. DriftWood

    DriftWood Minister of Fire

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    Day care???? Where is the cage to keep the sticky finger prints off the glass??

    Really what are you going to put around that stove to pass the state child care health inspection.
  9. AAsTeapots

    AAsTeapots New Member

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    around the wood stove we have a super yard which is like a giant play pen. This actually only needs a fire place screen. There is no radiant heat so there is no way for them to get burned I will most likely put a strap around the back so they cant pull the screen off. the glass is inside the doors have no glass they are just metal
  10. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Always fascinates me. Dogs stay away from hot stoves. Cats stay away from hot stoves. Every kid I have ever known was smarter that a dog or a cat.
  11. DriftWood

    DriftWood Minister of Fire

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    I ve seen kids warming themselves and melting the cloths they are wearing. At least kids dont jump on a hot stove like my cat did. But cats dont ware cloths that melt.
  12. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    very nice! Can't wait to see it fired up
  13. AAsTeapots

    AAsTeapots New Member

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    brother bart my dog lays right up against my wood stove she loooooves it!!!
  14. solferino

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    We have the Thelin Echo, recently installed, and our cat Hazel sleeps right on top. And if it's not going she'll find someplace else to sleep. I wound up making up an LOLcat with her on it.
  15. ablejoy

    ablejoy Feeling the Heat

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    [size=3[[color=blue]]Nice looking stove hope to see it fired up soon
    Still not cold enough here to run very long, using to take chill off house in the morning works really well first year install.
    Enjoy[/color]
  16. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Teapots, you might want to re-think that statement. The glass WILL get hot, and the area where the hot air comes out of the stove gets hot also. If little, sensitive fingers touch those area, there IS a possibility of a burn.

    If I were you, I'd be making sure that didn't happen.....no sense opening yourself up for a lawsuit.

    Just my 2 cents
  17. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    I hafta agree with macman. If you have little ones in your home each
    day I would suggest putting a gate around it to keep their itchy fingers away.
    Why take the chance, especially if they are not your own kiddos.
  18. kyburnr

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    Congrats .... Looks Super, Great looking stove and looks real nice with the black pad.
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