You Know You Are A Real Pellet Burner If...

BrotherBart Posted By BrotherBart, Dec 6, 2012 at 10:23 PM

  1. Harman Lover 007

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    I knew it!!!!!
     
  2. kykel

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    You open the garage door and look at the pellet stash before going to bed each night.
     
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  3. movemaine

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    you read through an entire off-topic thread in this forum...
     
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  4. LMPS

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    you have an excel spread sheet tracking by month how many pellets you are burning, how much they cost per month and what you are saving compared if you had to burn oil instead.
     
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  5. heat seeker

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    That would me be, all right!
     
  6. SmokeyTheBear

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    It ain't me, so I guess I can't be a real pellet burner.
     
  7. BrotherBart

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    ...if all of your garbage bags have "low ash" printed on them.
     
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  8. smoke show

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    ...if you have more empty bags than feline fecal material to fill them with.
     
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  9. LMPS

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    If you spend more time on Hearth.com than talking to your wife......:)
     
  10. smoke show

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    ... the forum is the first thing you check everyday.
     
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  11. m159267

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    You know you're a real pellet burner....
    When your wife glances at your soot covered face and says "I see you cleaned the stove....again".
     
  12. SteveB

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    Wow, I can't believe how many of these hit home... I think I need therapy :eek:
     
  13. KodiakII

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    How about....You bought a leaf blower just to try it on your stove?
     
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  14. bill3rail

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    You get excited when someone asks about pellet stoves and you immediately invite them in to see her fire her up when it is 70 degrees outside!

    Bill
     
  15. Centurion

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    I have to hold on to my steering wheel when I go by pellets in the yard to keep from inviting myself in to house to check our their stove and install.

    I love this forum. Lots of good stuff going on!
     
  16. hossthehermit

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    When ya dump a bag in the hopper and wad it up to throw in the bag holding the other empty bags, feel a pellet still in there, un-wad it, take that last stray pellet out, put it in the hopper, rewad bag, and dispose. (Happened to me this mornin')
     
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  17. Harman Lover 007

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    Uh oh......
     
  18. subsailor

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    You check the stove before you make it to the coffee pot in the morning.
     
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  19. Shaw520

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    ....man,.. you guys got it bad......:(
     
  20. doghouse

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    I prefer H&K
     
  21. St_Earl

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    you know not only what a spark bucket is, but also when and where it is to be used.
     
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    1. You read an entire threads about a problem you don't have on a stove you would never own.

    2. You own a magnehelic gage, and know how to use it.
     
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    ... if you find this thread late and read through 4 pages to see if we're still on topic.!!! and we are.
     
  24. khenault

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    Of course... a man has to have his priorities.
     

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