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Posted By PJF1313,
Nov 30, 2010 at 1:18 AM
ya didn't happen to call Rocky's today, did ya?
I think it was earlier measured at 2.6 cu ft if you loaded it 3" above the firebrick to 12".
I just read that BeGreen, correct! No i didn't call em today but e-mailed em, went back up a few days ago to check the Rangeley again. Liked the Castine and had money down on 1 but they said i can change if need be. Been told a bigger firebox is key to my over night burn i wanted (common sense i guess) so i'm undecided yet again.It sure looks like what we need but hard to say what trouble could show up later with it. Have to take a plunge sometime in life.When they've received their last payment is when my mind will be made up and not until. lol
Correction, the Rangeley is made from 1/4" steel according to the manual. Still nice and stout.
Does the flue heat shield come with the stove?Also when loading from the top, the gasket that seals this inner damper or chamber is close to the edge of the opening and i was wondering if it is a problem hooking wood into it and causing troubles.It is a narrow opening as stated 6" i believe.Being more careful would prob take care of this but ya never know.Also jrcurto,did you say you were heating 1000 sq ft with this stove or is that just the area of the 1st floor of a 2 story?
Just reread manual.it does.