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Pellet stoves are freestanding structures that can give you the feeling that an old pot bellied stove did, tucked into a corner of a living room, den, or kitchen. Either the pellet inserts or freestanding stoves are a great alternative heating solution for keeping a house warm during the winter.

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Pellet stoves are a bit more efficient, burn cleaner, and are easier to use than conventional wood burning stoves. Pellet stoves often look very similar to wood stoves or fireplace inserts, however the similarities end there.

If you are considering burning alternative fuels then you will want to look into a pellet stove as a great way to heat your home. Pellet stoves and pellet insets have many great advantages over regular wood stoves that make them a practical heat for busy lifestyles.

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I recently purchased a used Kozi 100XL that had an igniter that was bad. I also found that, prior to me buying the stove, the old igniter had been twisted inside its steel tube under the fire pot bringing its two wires at the end of the igniter together. These touching wires likely were throwing circuit breakers for the previous owner of the stove but, by the time I bought the unit, this had resulted in a burned wire at the fan thermal switch where one of the igniter wires connects. After repairing the burned wire, I plugged the stove back in and a house circuit breaker was thrown. A new igniter repaired the problem.

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