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Posted By jaychino415,
Sep 27, 2013 at 10:21 PM
Heck yes, sounds like a great deal!
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.
I haven't gotten a chance to view it in person yet.
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.
Thanks for giving me some comfort about the temperature above the tv. I was worried about that.
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.
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.