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Calling for 24° here tonight.
Oak in the 30 until the bedtime load so I don't wake to a cool house .......again.
"They" ain't got nuttin' on us,...
I'm sure you know this Steve, but this really isn't possible......but only because every one of 'em has their own personality.
We've got 4 labs...
Same here. Ran for a long time, until my knees stopped cooperating.
5ks, 10ks, run for fun. Never a 1/2 or full though.
D, I'll be curious to hear how you like the side shields and what effect they have.
Probably won't happen this year, eh?
I always thought chimley had a b in it. Like.....chimbley.
Lurn sumtin nu ever dey.;lol
Next door neighbor just moved into her new hubby's house. She plans to rent her place.
She knows where my stacks are, and I can only hope that my...
If I remember correctly, the andirons are 1/2" thick.
Might help if the design isn't too skimpy in the other direction/plane.
I like it.
I actually PLAN to cut some this year for firewood.
If that doesn't confuse some people, I don't know what will.==c
I prefer it to Pine.
DPurvis, that ceiling support and stove pipe adapter will drop into the room about 8" or so.
You might try a shorter piece of double wall tele,...
Really? I could show you some, and I could also show you some 4x6 that warped/twisted.
They're part of my pole barn.:mad:
There's a diagram in the manual, if you take 'em out to move the stove.
Pretty simple, actually.
Go get it.......now.
Hurry up, that's good stuff.:)
Yep, I'd give 'em a call.
I thought I had one broken, but turns out it was cut that way.
You need to call them anyway for the free hair dryer...
http://www.blazeking.com/PDF/manuals/en/wood/OM-PE E V1.04.pdf
The manual suggests doublewall stove pipe if I remember correctly.
I like that idea.......it's what I did. Bad knees have a way of altering your perspective on things.;lol
Quite a bit of heat loss will happen when running through those ducts.
Since you have a basement, the supply ductwork is most likely down there in...
If the ductwork isn't insulated, that plan may not work well.
Welcome to the Hearth, DPurvis.
At least you're aware of the R value requirement. That's a good thing.
We're watching....and waiting.
Good to see...
The old stove would have run up to 750 or higher with a load like that. A load like this in the 30 gets up to 650 or so and levels off with a lot...
Yep, could have packed it tighter, but hadn't brought any more in the house.
Those splits aren't real big. That was an afternoon load that I started about 1:00 p.m. before we left for the day.
It kept the house warm into...
Stove is running pretty well so far, although I expected longer "burns".
With the weather up and down, it's hard to get a good read on how that...
I don't normally stop burning until mid-May.
Spring is what it says on the calendar, but not outside my windows.
Your Oslo's a crankin', that's...
Looks pretty nice Don.
What happens when the dryer vent clogs up?
Maybe run a sooteater through there.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
This, coming from the guy who fell on the ice yesterday.
It really isn't the fall....it's the sudden, jarring...
I'm thinking like Grisu on this one.
If you always put up more than you need, it really isn't a big deal.
Do whatever you need to do to make that...
That's a great start.
Now, all you need is.......more.:cool: