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Old 07-07-14, 06:47 PM   #4
Steve Hull
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AC is exactly correct. It would be a daily maintenance nightmare and I can see creosote, etc, dripping out and making a huge mess.

Even a wood pellet stove has a lot of low temp condensing volatiles . . .

Great idea, but not going to work well with wood - even incredibly dry wood pellets.

consulting on geothermal heating/cooling & rational energy use since 1990
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