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US Stove Pellet Stove, 3,000 sq. ft. Multi-fuel Furnace

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A revolutionary design in home heating, the warm air US Stove 3,000 sq. ft. Multi-fuel Pellet Furnace is up to the task of heating homes. It is capable of burning wood pellets, corn and other bio fuels and provides up to 105,000 BTUs. It is designed to be hooked into the existing ductwork of your home allowing you to bypass that expensive gas or oil furnace.

  • Twin 800 CFM blowers provide redundancy and large amounts of air flow
  • 3 inch flue fits standard chimney kit
  • Massive 160 lb. hopper
  • Large ash pan
  • Cast iron door
  • Digital control board with built-in diagnostics allows easy, one-touch adjustments for heating your home
  • LED display makes it easier to set and operate
  • Integrated agitator allows the burning of multiple types of bio fuels

Specification Description
Brand: US Stove
Product Width: 29 in.
Blower: Double Blower
Product Length: 43 in.
Product Height: 44 in.
Warranty: 2-Year Limited
Product Type: Multi-Fuel Furnaces
Hopper Capacity: 200 lb.
BTUs: 105000
Area Covered: 3,000 sq. ft.
Manufacturer Part Number 8500
US Stove Pellet Stove, 3,000 sq. ft. Multi-fuel Furnace is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very efficient! We bought this furnace a little over a month about and put it into service the day it arrived. We burn straight field corn in ours(as long as its free of corn cobs) and it puts out a lot of heat and is very efficient. But if you burn straight corn like we do, you MUST remove the agitator. Otherwise it will break in about 3 days of use like ours did. Found out that its only needed if you burn anything else but straight corn. Then just clean out the "brick" that forms at the bottom with a metal pick once ever 12-15 hours depending on the moisture content. No need to turn off the furnace when doing so just use BBQ gloves. It also burns much cleaner with corn. I also recommend getting the burn pot extension but you can make your own if your handy with a welder like I did. Otherwise a lot of the fuel tends to bounce out of the pot as it slides down the channel. Make sure you set your furnace set up right as well. You can find lots of info online on how to set it up for your specific needs as well, much more then what your owners manual saids.
Date published: 2017-01-28
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we have a modular home on a full basement would this unit be a good fit for us

Asked by: DonnaJean
This would be able the heat the home if you tied into your existing duct.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-11-09

If the hopper is in top, then how is it possible to be connected to your existing duct work, or don't you use a bonnet over the top of the stove for the duct work?

Asked by: Char64
The way that the opening for the plenum is designed, the plenum will come up as a rectangular opening and transition into a single 10in round in the front of the furnace, allowing the hopper lid to be opened behind it so the pellets can be loaded from the side.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

Can this replace an existing GAS furnace with proper installation? Does this work with the thermostat in the house? Or do you physically have to go to the basement and turn it on & off? I really appreciate you reading this.

Asked by: Housewife
This unit can have a non digital 2 wire millivolt thermostat hooked into the control board. Depending on the distance from the stove to the thermostat will vary on the gauge of wiring. Depending on the square footage you are trying to heat, you are capable to replace a gas furnace using this pellet furnace. You will have to hook up P/PL vent exhaust and temperature rated duct work. For certified installers, please visit For additional information, please call 1-800-750-2723 EXT 5050.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

How do you load this stove with pellets?

Asked by: Char64
There is a hopper lid on the top of the furnace that opens to allow the pellets to be loaded.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

can this unit be installed into a mobile home

Asked by: juamar14062
No, this unit is not mobile home approved since it does not have a fresh air capability.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

If i put this in my basement which is dirt will i give a accurate temp reading up stairs i got a wood furnace now trying to replace it for more saftey any info will help

Asked by: Travis376
If the unit is installed correctly it will give an accurate temperature, yes.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

Do you have to hook it to ducking or can it be used as is? If it does need ducking can a short piece be used to direct the heat?

Asked by: NH Hunter
This must be hooked to a complete duct system as well as have return air.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-09-21

Can the unit be controlled from a remote thermastat

Asked by: ssnuke
No it cannot.
Answered by: USStoveExpert
Date published: 2017-02-13
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