would you buy an Regency I2400 Insert for $800?

jaychino415 Posted By jaychino415, Sep 27, 2013 at 10:21 PM

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  1. tickbitty

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    Heck yes, sounds like a great deal!
     
  2. begreen

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    It's hard to tell a lot from the exterior picture. What would help is to see the condition of the baffle, burntubes and firebrick of the interior.
     
  3. jaychino415

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    I haven't gotten a chance to view it in person yet.
     
  4. chazcarr

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    My TV is directly above my Regency and it has never been a problem. Mantle never gets to even 90 (IR Gun) and above the mantel where the TV is is room temp always.
     
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    Thanks for giving me some comfort about the temperature above the tv. I was worried about that.
     
  6. chazcarr

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    Welcome, hope the Regency works out for you. Are you new to burning or do you have a good supply already for this stove?

    Regencys need very dry wood.
     
  7. jaychino415

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    I have been burning in an open fireplace for 3 years. My oak firewood has been seasoned for 3 years, so I think I am okay. need to continue scrounging for more.
     
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