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Pellet Stoves (best-worst)

Looking to buy a pellet stove, anyone have suggestions, opinions etc on best, worst, what to get and what not too. Thanks, OLS

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Re: Pellet Stoves (best-worst)

I have a harmen in our house for about 10yrs no problem I bought one at lowes for the cabin it works good but you set the feed and it run at that. The harmen has a thermasat that works well. Get one with a thersmasat.
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Asked my buddy about his pellet stove. He now has a quatra fired by Mt Vernon.
The reasons he has it.
Large pellet hopper.
Lifetime warranty on many parts.
12 volt backup
Electric/ push button start.
Self cleaning mode(semi gimmick according to him). It helps but not 100%.
Thermostat is accurate.

He was discussing different pellets. To be honest I did not follow him.

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Check into an anthracite stoker stove........

People that burn pellets, dont take the time to consider that anthracite coal (rice) is roughly the same price per ton as wood pellets, yet contains 1.75 times as many BTU's

So you get a much better price per BTU (roughly half) with anthracite.......

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I bought a Harman last year. Before I bought it I did a little resource and it seemed Harman was the way to go.
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I'm leaning towards a Harman (bonus American made) , plus they seem high quality. Would love to go coal but the wife is giving e pushback. Some stoves (larger) ones do pellet and coal (Alaska) but they are really big....

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Going with the P43 Harman....

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Thats what I have. I like mine so far
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