Wnglander add on furnace. Is it convertable?
- View SourceThe six months wait for delivery for my cornstove could have saved enough money to pay for the stove. There was no federal benefit package in 2007. D Parker waited all summer 2008 until Jan 2009 and just now got delivery of his New Harman corn stove. The Harman cost $4200 for 40,000 BTU/hr and would't run brand new because the computer card was bad.
email@example.com, "lightningnuggets" <lightningnuggets@...> wrote:
> Have you figured out how to keep the corn stirred?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "skastelic@" <skastelic@> wrote:
> > I would like to change my add on furnace to Corn only. Has any one done
> > this? Is it possible? I have burnt about 10% corn with little problem
> > other than it is hotter. I assume I will have to slow the auger more
> > than the controll board will allow at this time. It is a good solid
> > steel unit I dont think it will warp or crack. I've used it about 6
> > years now. Pellets are geting really hard to find the past few years.
> > Any help out there or suggestions where to go?
> > Steve