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    Est. $3,900
    Pros: large (76-pound) hopper, exhaust sensor regulates temperature, fairly quiet, heats up to 3,900 square feet
    Cons: problematic igniter, augers may wear out quickly
    not avail.
     
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Auto
    68,000 Btu / 1,500 to 3,900 sq. ft.
    Wood pellets
    N/A
    N/A
    23-1/2
    29-1/2
    36-7/8
    N/A
    Firebox and heat exchanger: limited lifetime on parts, 3 years for coverage; other parts and labor coverages vary.
    Est. $3,900
    Pellet stove
     
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    Est. $2,000
    Pros: heavy plate steel, reliable, proven design, durable, ePA-certified, alcove and mobile home approved
    Cons: air tube roll pins fall out easily
    not avail.
     
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Optional push-button start
    72,400 Btu, 1,200 to 2,000 sq. ft.
    Wood
    6-inch
    No
    24
    23-1/2
    30-5/8 (sculptured or cast legs) to 34-5/8 (pedestal)
    448
    7-year limited lifetime warranty
    Est. $2,000
    Wood stove
     
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    Pros: burns many different fuels, 80-pound hopper, programmable thermostat, auto-clean feature
    Cons: some say it's inefficient, reliability issues
    not avail.
     
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Self-igniting
    1,300 to 2,900 sq. ft.
    Wood pellets, corn, wheat, sunflower seeds
    3 inches
    Yes
    28-7/16
    29-1/16
    32-5/16
    425
    Lifetime on firebox and heat exchanger; 1 year parts and labor on most other parts, longer coverage for some pieces.
    Est. $4,100
    Pellet stove
     

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