Review: Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
I have been using a 7100 for five years. My house is twenty one hundred square foot. I can keep my house at seventyfour degrees in fifteen degree weather with the feed rate set on four. some of the things i have read in this review do not make sense. First of all a ton of corn is only thirty five bushel. Corn weighs fifty six pounds to the bushel. In 2009 I bought corn for 4.75 a bushel cleaned and used 300 bushel from november to the end of march. LP gas was at 1.89 a gallon. 400 gallons is what it takes to fill a completely empty tank do the math. Thats 756.00 for one tank. if your heating your house on one tank of LP what are you burning corn for. In my case burning LP it takes four tanks a season. So Im saving big money. Thats 1425.00 against 3024.00 thats saving 1599.00 the stove cost 2700.00 two tears and the stove is paid for in savings. I have had some issues with the stove called the factory and always have gotten a good response and the parts i need to get the stove going. i definately give this stove and the people who make them five stars.