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Yet another happy PE Summit owner

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Archilea, Nov 26, 2007.

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  1. Archilea

    Archilea New Member

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    Yep, you read it right. Another PE Summit owner that is happy as a clam. :)

    I thought I'd make a post to say Hi to everyone here... I've done my share of lurking, but now I've got a horse in the race, so to speak.

    I bought mine from Justin in Hereford, TX in early November. Great guy, great service. He really went out of his way to make sure I was comfortable with the installation. Thanks, Justin.

    I also got the Magnaflex liner kit - 30' with chimney cap, top flashing, & oval adapter. Nice kit. I sure wish you guys had a "Tips and tricks" section of your manual, though. I spent a few hours with that happy little stainless steel python.

    Although I haven't yet, I plan to get a thermometer for the stove. Where is the best place to attach it?

    Well, enough rambling - I just wanted to poke my head up and say Hi to everyone.

    ~Archilea

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    top corner of the front, just near the either corner of the door.

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    Archilea New Member

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    Thanks, Hogwildz.

    What Nuke plant are you near? I worked for Babcock & Wilcox down here in VA for a while right out of college... I may have been up there.
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