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Post Fri. May. 10, 2013 6:09 am

http://peasefeedandcoal.com/Winterstar-Millennium.html

Thank You to anyone whoi might have a line on one of these lil' guys

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Post Fri. May. 10, 2013 9:11 am

good lord, over 40 views and no help yet :( I know nothing about this unit, where it was made, when it was made, the company, etc?

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Post Fri. May. 10, 2013 9:16 am

Doug,

Did you see this little tidbit at the bottom of the page?

"PRICE $3,395.00

NOTE: THIS UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE."

If all else fails call the company and ask them about the stove. I bet they will help you out.


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Post Fri. May. 10, 2013 9:34 am

ONEDOLLAR wrote:Doug,

Did you see this little tidbit at the bottom of the page?

"PRICE $3,395.00

NOTE: THIS UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE."

If all else fails call the company and ask them about the stove. I bet they will help you out.
Yea, but the problem is thats not the manufacturer (thats a dealer), I have an email into them now... I assume this is a pre epa stove as its listed as a duel fuel.
I need to find one of these used and have it shipped to me :P

EDIT: Found it... made by Chipawa, manufactured 2005-2006 Wyoming.

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Post Mon. May. 27, 2013 8:42 am

dcrane wrote:
ONEDOLLAR wrote:Doug,

Did you see this little tidbit at the bottom of the page?

"PRICE $3,395.00

NOTE: THIS UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE."

If all else fails call the company and ask them about the stove. I bet they will help you out.
Yea, but the problem is thats not the manufacturer (thats a dealer), I have an email into them now... I assume this is a pre epa stove as its listed as a duel fuel.
I need to find one of these used and have it shipped to me :P

EDIT: Found it... made by Chipawa, manufactured 2005-2006 Wyoming.
Looking at manufactured dates, maybe some other reason besides E.P.A.

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Post Mon. May. 27, 2013 11:08 am

EDIT: Found it... made by Chipawa, manufactured 2005-2006 Wyoming.[/quote] Looking at manufactured dates, maybe some other reason besides E.P.A.[/quote]

The reason it intrigues me is because aesthetically it has a danish modern look which I love and it also will fit into an existing fireplace nice and its also listed as a multi fuel stove (pellets or rice) so id like to see the combustion set up for that as well as the auger system (i would assume it has an up route auger from the bottom of the hopper, but I'd like to have one of these for many reasons!) Greg wisely explained to me that its most likely for a bit type west coast coal which allows it to preform for both wood pellets & bit coal which kinda burns like wood ...Ive since found out that the manufacturer only made 6 of them :mad: (it was a time when stoves started the decline and were simply not selling), it will also cost me hundreds to ship it to the east coast so I would need to get one for a pretty good price to make that happen.

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