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Author Topic: Anyone Burn a Jotul Rangely F50 ?  (Read 153 times)

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Anyone Burn a Jotul Rangely F50 ?
« on: February 08, 2019, 02:00:16 PM »
Getting a Jotul Rangely F50 top load non cat to replace a 20 y.o. VC Encore cat.
Any of you have one for heating ?
The old Encore was sold. I got tired of the rebuilding and maintenance of a fine cat heater when it was in perfect shape. But, 20 years of 24/7, 100% winter heat is pretty good for any appliance or tool.
Two wood stoves ( Jotul Rangely ,Jotul Oslo ) heating 99 44/100%
24/7. No central heat. 6-8 cords firewood from the woodlot /year. Low low tech: ATV with trailer, 3 saws, 2 electric splitters, a worn pulphook, peavy, climbing line for skidding, Fiskars 27, an old back getting older.

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Re: Anyone Burn a Jotul Rangely F50 ?
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 06:04:55 AM »
Guess not. :o
Two wood stoves ( Jotul Rangely ,Jotul Oslo ) heating 99 44/100%
24/7. No central heat. 6-8 cords firewood from the woodlot /year. Low low tech: ATV with trailer, 3 saws, 2 electric splitters, a worn pulphook, peavy, climbing line for skidding, Fiskars 27, an old back getting older.


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