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Vogelzang TR007 Ponderosa with Blower
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- The Ponderosa is large stove, holding up to 30-pound of wood at once
- Constructed of heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
- Cast iron feed door with large ceramic glass window (15" x 9")
- Large ash drawer for easy ash removal
- Burns up to 14 hours on one fueling
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Vogelzang's Ponderosa is constructed of heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining, holding up to 30 pounds of wood and burning up to 14 hours on one fueling. The cast iron feed door features a large ceramic glass window (15" x 9"), allowing a pleasant view of the fire. Includes an adjustable high speed (150 CFM) blower and a large ash drawer for easy ash removal. Safety tested to UL Standard 1482-2010/ULC-S627-00 and EPA Certified to be airtight, with an efficiency rating of 82-Percent. Accepts 22" logs.
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I had mine delivered and was told by the vendor the shipping company would unload the stove where I wanted it which was far from the truth. Showed up on a semi without a lift gate. Had to pay $50 last minute for a forklift to unload the 400lb beast. Packaging was damaged, one exterior side panel was bent and the frame for the ash pan would not sit flush for the ash pan to slide in.
My advice would be to take off all the exterior panels, front door and remove the fire brick from burn chamber to lighten the load which is what I did. Made it much easier to handle. Installed in place of old stove and went fast. My next piece of advice would be to fire the unit outside first. I didn't and the fumes from the paint etc filled my house and set off my smoke detector. I placed a fan in a window to get around this. Couple of times burning and the smell went away.
Lighting the fire took a bit of learning as there is no grate. Place a couple of small pieces of wood about 8" apart and get your kindling going in between, placing wood across the kindling and away you go. It heated up fast and put out a lot of heat fast. The window is great as you can watch the fire. The glass is clean after a a week of burning. I get double the burn time with this stove compared to my old one which is what I was hoping for. Very pleased. This purchase came with the fan kit which is a let down. Fan is not very powerful and doesn't do much in the way of circulating the hot air.
All in all I am pleased with the purchase and hope to heat with this unit for a long time.