US Stove 2015 Plate Steel Magnolia Freestanding Heater with Blower
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- Beautiful Queen Ann style Legs
- Large Ash pan makes cleanup easy
- Quiet 100 CFM blower included
- Air wash feature that helps keep the glass clean the fire viewable
- Installation materials not Included
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The 2015 Magnolia Wood Stove is a large plate steel stove with outstanding heating capabilities. This unit will heat 2,000 sq. ft. of your home with up to 65,000 BTUs of heat from America's oldest sustainable resource, Wood. A quiet, efficient 100 cubic feet per minute blower is included with the purchase of this stove. The spacious firebox will accept logs up to 19" in length, increasing burn time and decreasing time spent refueling the stove. This stove meets the stringent requirements of the EPA Certification program. It is also approved for use in mobile homes. This is a testament to the Magnolia's efficiency, safety, and low environmental impact. The Magnolia Wood Stove has an elegant, large, arched glass door with a built in air wash feature that helps keep the glass clean the fire viewable
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We live in New Mexico at 6300 ft elevation and it heats well. Like other reviewers we have to leave the door partly open until the fire is burning well and the chimney is hot. Then we can close the door and restrict airflow if necessary to control the heat. I think this is due to it being made in TN at 600 ft elevation so it is not designed for the thinner air at higher elevation.
Cleaning the chimney and stovepipe results in soot falling on top of a baffle which is hard to get to. I have to reach up inside the stove, move firebrick out of the way and scoop the soot out with my hand. The has to be done 2 or 3 times per year because we burn mostly soft woods.... Ponderosa, pinyon, juniper and cedar. We have scrub oak and can burn it but it leaves a lot of ash in this stove so I don't use it too much.
There is an ash drawer and a brick which can be moved to dump the ashes out the bottom of the stove but it makes a mess so I shovel the ashes out through the door. When burning softwood I don't have to clean ashes as often.
It's definitely worth the money we paid for it.