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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by Jan-Sietze, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. lknchoppers

    lknchoppers ArboristSite Operative

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    Am I the only one who thinks this looks a tad on the dangerous side. Maybe it's just the angle of the photo, but this looks to be surrounded by combustibles, from the carpet to the books to the paneling.
     
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    The wall also looks discolored behind the pipe; maybe it is a shadow.
     
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    The wall does look chard..spelling?
     
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    I think you're right. That stove pipe looks to be right up against the wall.
     
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    It's an optical illusion.
     
  7. grizz55chev

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    Don’t think so, I’d want at least 12” clearance, Clarence!:) Not only that, no hearth underneath, carpet.:cool: That is a very nice stove though!
     
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    Someday,his yard will be full of big red trucks....
     
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    Started mine back in early Nov. Won’t shut it down till late March.:rolleyes:
     
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    I buy this wood stove last week and my grandfather is loving it, I am introvert type of person and I Love to read books with my coffee and after buying it is giving more relief.
     
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    Hello lewis same with me I am also introvert type of person and I love to read fiction books. What about your taste ?? By the way nice wood stove. I am a reader and also love to drink coffee but I dont have wood stove :drinkingcoffee:
     
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    That's a very attractive set up. Like it.

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    Picked this one up cheap after the original owner drilled it and converted it to gas. We restored it for wood. It heats our hunting cabin in the mountains of PA

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    You are not alone! Spooky appearing install.
     
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    Hello Mindra, Nice to talk to you Basically I read books about love stories, autobiography and My most of time is spend on reading as I am a freelancer I love to do my work from home. I have done research for wood stove atleast for few months. There is a website https://sortedforyou.com/best-wood-stoves, this website is basically review site and it has given review about different wood stoves. I am also looking for a change in my reading taste as I am bored of love stories. Can you recommend me some fiction books for myself. I will suggest you some good love stories novels I am sure you like it as you said you are introvert. Some of the books are "The notebook" by nicholas sparks and "Romeo and juliet" by william shakespeare. Tell me your experience after reading these books.

     
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    New to me - old Jotul #8. Not fully installed yet, plan on building a simple hearth to place it on and piping up the chimney with 6” flex line to the top of 12’ and cap. New to wood burning, so any suggestions would be helpful and appreciated.
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    Real nice hearth and the stove fits well. You'll want a hearth pad of some type to protect the floor from hot coals, etc.
     
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    Here is the Lopi Liberty that has heated our house for the past 3 winters. This thing can really throw some heat when we need it to.
     

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    Put in a drolet fall of 2017. Not a great picture 20190128_184749.jpg
     
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