Model # 10-CPM

Internet #100638340

Englander 2,200 sq. ft. Multi Fuel Stove
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Englander

2,200 sq. ft. Multi Fuel Stove

$1,979.00 /each

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This impressive Englander Multi-Fuel Stove offers an array of heating options by burning corn, cherry pits, wood pellets and more, making it a versatile alternative fuel burner. The realistic brick-patterned fiberboard in the firebox and decorative cast door provide a certain classic charm, combined with the modern convenience of a user-friendly control panel pre-programmed for different fuels. With a large ash drawer for clean-out, this stove also features the unique, multi-fuel auto-start igniter to light the toughest fuels, including corn. The unit has been designed and tested to heat up to 2,200 sq. ft., with a 50 lb. hopper feeding the large firebox. For the required outside air hook-up, an outside air kit is also included for convenience, valued at over $60.

  • Steel construction offers long-lasting durability
  • Hopper capacity of 50 lbs. wood pellets or 60 lbs. corn; also burns cherry pits and more for versatile fuel options
  • Heats up to 2200 sq. ft. for a comfortable living space
  • 1-touch auto-start igniter is simple and safe for lighting the toughest of fuels; unit is also thermostat adaptable for automatic startup and shutdown (thermostat not included)
  • User-friendly control board is pre-programmed for different fuels
  • Built-in variable speed blower system for optimal operation
  • Elegant design with decorative side panel inserts for an elegant touch (lip trim is also available)
  • 3 in. pellet vent rear exhaust uses corn or multi-fuel pipe (see owner's manual)
  • Beautiful cast door with straight lift door latch and extra large glass for easy access
  • Adaptable for use in a mobile home
  • Realistic brick fiberboard in firebox offers an authentic look
  • EPA certified for wood pellets
  • Limited warranty of 5-years for firebox and 1-year for electrical components
  • Outside air kit included (over $60 value)
  • Made in USA
  • Click to learn more about wood and wood pellet stoves in our buying guide
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What other fuels will it burn ?

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September 27, 2016
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The unit will burn dry corn or cherry pits as well as wood pellets.
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September 27, 2016
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This stove can burn wood, corn, and cherry pits.
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Again, is this stove a bottom or top feed auger system?

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October 25, 2016
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This unit is a top feed system.
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Can you burn wood in this stove too?

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You can burn wood pellets in this stove.
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Does it have air wash system?

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This stove has ceramic glass on the front. One of the magical properties of ceramic glass is that it attracts and radiates heat. In attracting the heat the glass draws the flame to it. Any flame that makes contact with the glass will burn off any of fly ash. The only issue is that pellet stove flame do not take up the entire glass no matter what level you are burning the stove at. I generally let my Read More
This stove has ceramic glass on the front. One of the magical properties of ceramic glass is that it attracts and radiates heat. In attracting the heat the glass draws the flame to it. Any flame that makes contact with the glass will burn off any of fly ash. The only issue is that pellet stove flame do not take up the entire glass no matter what level you are burning the stove at. I generally let my stove sit for a bout 15 minutes, if it has been running, before my daily cleaning. I take a paper towel and wipe the glass most of the time. I keep a bottle of this: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cerama-Bryte-28-oz-Glass-Ceramic-Cooktop-Cleaner-PM10X310DS/202049920
for when a paper towel just will not do it.
Try not to get the glass cleaner on the gasket for the stove.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by disappointed very poor craftsmanship. door is mounted crooked, no way to adjust. inside full of bead blast. excessive silicone caulking oozing out from every seam. looks good in the pictures, but not in person. spend the extra money and purchase a quality unit. November 4, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 0n pellet stove The only thing is that this stove makes a load thumping noise ,I called factor and they said this is one of they draw backs .i don't understand why they can't make we're you can't hear it ? December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Englander 10-CPM I purchased this stove after doing a lot of research about these type stoves. I contacted their support line prior to purchasing just to verify what I had been reading from other reviews. Mike at their tech support sealed the deal, he gave me all the answers to all my questions and when I had the stove, he helped me out with the installation questions and to make sure I knew how to use it. The stove is very nice and it works great, it will really put out some heat. these stoves do make some noise as they have fans, ect, but I think that is a small trade off for not having to deal with firewood. I installed mine in the basement so the exhaust was kind of expensive and I had to go to a couple different places to get what was needed, but it was found locally. thanks, stay warm this winter. Mike September 26, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product ended up being much better then we had planed Have a 2300 sq.ft. home we got this one for our living room and now we no longer need to use our smaller one in our sun room. Well worth the money in fuel savings alone December 3, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by AOK with issue points Purchased the multi-fuel stove. After running for 3 weeks, there are some issues. Room air fan makes a harmonic whurl-wind noise like a giant bottle on high burn making it unusable at that output. Got a thermostat from factory. When it reaches temperature it shuts down the stove. No sooner shutdown happens, then it starts right back up again because temp dropped 1 degree. Off/On/Off/On/Off/On there should be a few degrees difference to make that worth while. So, when it reaches high temp and shuts off at say 80, I go over to the TStat and turn it down to say 68, After it kicks back on, I reset it back up to say 80. - PIA. Vibrating metal noises come and go. But for $1400 (Yes 1400 on the Inet) I got what I paid for. It's in the livingroom, and would be most excellent in the Shop. Hopper is on the small side at 40-50# capacity. Eats 40# of Pellets 17.5 hours on lowest burn 1-1. Wish the augar feed was adjustable. Overheated on startup 1 time thus far after I mixed Corn with Pellets and set it to burn Corn 50/50. If you mix, set for pellets is best. Bangs and clanks some times as Corn Clinkers build up over night, early in the pre-dawn hours of course. Not all the settings you might need and use are in the repeatitive manual that comes along. A cheat-sheet is needed to list the operational button controls you may need to change and use, so to quickly have that in an all-in-one simple place would be good, so you don't have to READ the manual all the time when that change is needed. December 22, 2012
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