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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by muss, Mar 28, 2008.

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  1. muss

    muss Feeling the Heat

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    As of 10:15 this morning i've been bathing in beautiful warm air . %-P . Like Awesumm & Shooter advised me, the manual plays a big part in the operation . Made 1 call to dealer this morning for a question before i fired her up & he was just great . But this site, well i don't think enuff good things can be said about the great people on here & the super moderators. Just knowing that i no longer have to depend on oil is a fantastic feeling. Right now, i got her on Auto & only have had to adjust amount of heat output to my liking . The noise from the blower is no louder than an air condioner so i'm happy bout that. I can't even hear the auger. I'm hoping when i report back on here later today that i won't have any major headaches to ask about . But rest assured that my gratitude & encouragement to & from the people on this site won't be put aside . Thanks again, Muss

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  2. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    Where is the pics muss? We have been waiting patiently ;-)
  3. muss

    muss Feeling the Heat

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    Gotta borrow my son in law's digital
  4. BubbRubb

    BubbRubb New Member

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    What fer stove did you get, muss?
  5. muss

    muss Feeling the Heat

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    I was buying the Quadra- Fire Castile but at the very last moment decided on a Lopi Leyden .
  6. nailed_nailer

    nailed_nailer Minister of Fire

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    Muss,

    Welcome to the club. I know what you feel about oil.

    In my case,
    Enviro EF-2 Stove (Used)------------------- $100
    Simpson venting-------------------- ~$350
    Self Built hearth-------------------- ~$100

    Non-recurring costs total-----------~$450

    First Ton of NEWP in Nov------------ $250
    2nd Ton NEWP in Dec---------------- $265
    3rd Ton Green Supreme in Feb----- $279
    Electricty for stove (estimate)------~$150
    Misc. stuff-----------------------------~$50

    Total cost to heat 900sq ft cottage--~$994

    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    Flipping OPEC the bird---------------Priceless

    ---Nailer---
  7. BubbRubb

    BubbRubb New Member

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    Muss,
    I looked up the stove from the manufacturer and it looks real nice. Did you go with the black or the Oxford brown enamel?
  8. IIFAST4U

    IIFAST4U Member

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    I am running mine on level 2 its about 35 degrees outside and 77 in my living room 72 upstairs. very nice

    For those wanting to see MUSS'S stove here is a stock photo.

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  9. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    no no no...this just won't do.

    Want to see HIS/HER stove...
    Nice try- LOL ;-)
  10. IIFAST4U

    IIFAST4U Member

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    SORRY Muss I tried to take some pressure off.


    LOL



    Shawn
  11. Shooter

    Shooter New Member

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    Good looking stove.....classic lines.
  12. MainePellethead

    MainePellethead Minister of Fire

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    This looks alot like the Castille.
  13. Shooter

    Shooter New Member

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    quite similar
  14. kilarney

    kilarney New Member

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    That's a gorgeous stove. I've never understood why there are so few "classic" looking pellet stoves.
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