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  1. #1
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    which one is more convienant ,and more efficient, i had an whitfield, and it was great!
    Has anyone, got any insight or info on the Corn one, or is there any better out now that uses different fuel? and
    which is easier to clean, as aan over all but not in relationship to the model or brand? only type!

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    Talking pellet stoves

    corn is a dirtier fuel with a higher ash content and moisture content, therefore requires more maint. and tweaking.

    Some stoves, such as Quadrafire are tested to burn a 50/50 mix of pellets and corn. Their new Mt. Vernon has been tested to burn 9 biomass fuels so far. It has a self clean function that cycles based on the fuel used. Should be hitting the stores in a few weeks.

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    i heaard about the quadfire and seen it, it was a nice stove

    i like that new one ur talking about, cleaning and maintenancing was a big thing for them, i kind of enjoyed the one i had, in my home!
    Thnaks for the insight! and update!

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