Sorry, can't recommend any of those as I've never seen any of them burning, but...chief said:Hello,i am trying to decide between all 3 of these stoves as to best value and performance.Iam using a blaze king right now and looking to change out,area is 2400 sqft any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
Did you run it CONTINUOUSLY, day and night, for a week? Or did you run it for a few hours each day, starting it fresh each day?Jefflee1 said:... like I said I ran it for a week straight, ...
Jeffery D Pierce
Not trying to insult your intellegence or anything, but I'm courious, and I bet others here are too. What kind of install did you have? Free standing, inside fireplace, hearth stove? If the stove was reading 600 maybe something else is absorbing the heat? Your quad may do the same thing?Jefflee1 said:To ALL
To answer all your questions, YES I did run it for 3 dayslet it cool down, then ran it for 3 days more, yes I used the thermostat that came with the stove and kept it around 600 give or take.
Trust me there was no one more disappointed with this stove than me. Like most of you I did a boat load ( A year or more) of research , including phone calls to people whom I never met, before I spent the money….
I have had wood stoves in my family since I can remember ( an yes I am pushing 40)
The wood was perfect for burning; I was burning it in a older stove prior to getting the classic.
Like I said I think for some reason that particular stove must have been a fluke.
I can not and WILL not say anything bad about the company, the woodstock stove company is a outstanding company
Like I said I went thru there factory twice.
Trust me, I hate to have to write such a bad thing about a wonderful company and if time and money permits I WILL get another one in a few years and hopefully thing will go as expected.
Jeffrey D Pierce