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Pleasant Hearth

Model LWS-127201

Internet #203883466

1,800 sq. ft. EPA Certified Wood-Burning Stove with Blower, Medium

$714.00 /each
  • Up to 65,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 1,800 sq. ft. Made in the USA.
  • Ash drawer allows for quick & easy cleanup.
  • Includes blower for quiet, yet powerful heat distribution

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This non-catalytic Pleasant Hearth wood burning stove provides efficient and effective indoor zone heating with an 82% EPA certified efficiency rating and a 4.4 g/hr of emissions rating. Perfect for any space in the home up to 1,800 sq. ft. with little assembly required. All Pleasant Hearth wood burning stoves feature a brick lined firebox, stainless steel ash lip, chrome spring handles, an air wash system and front-loading solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass viewing area.

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Fresh air intake.

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January 19, 2014
Does this stove have the fresh air intake?
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December 2, 2015
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not sure if I have the exact same model but the air intake is under the back two corners behind the back legs. if we light the stove and have the door open smoke comes out the intake. this is a poor heating stove probably the main reason is the new EPA regulations. it is hard to keep it burning hot enough to
keep creosote from building up. my buddy bought one a couple years before and his gets hot and
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not sure if I have the exact same model but the air intake is under the back two corners behind the back legs. if we light the stove and have the door open smoke comes out the intake. this is a poor heating stove probably the main reason is the new EPA regulations. it is hard to keep it burning hot enough to
keep creosote from building up. my buddy bought one a couple years before and his gets hot and heats great but the new ones are not good. this is my second one and the first was so much worse. the 1st one had to be removed to clean the creosote out of the top of the stove. this one is hard but it can be done. it I cant figure out how to make it work better it may be on the porch along with the other one.
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June 13, 2014
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No. The intake is above the door on the front of the stove. Air comes from the top front of the stove and drafts down on the inside of the glass.
Pro: This helps to keep the glass clear of soot. Plus the damper handle is easy to reach right in the front.
Con: I have never had a fresh air intake stove or fireplace so cannot make a comparison on any difference in how much warm air is drafted out of the
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No. The intake is above the door on the front of the stove. Air comes from the top front of the stove and drafts down on the inside of the glass.
Pro: This helps to keep the glass clear of soot. Plus the damper handle is easy to reach right in the front.
Con: I have never had a fresh air intake stove or fireplace so cannot make a comparison on any difference in how much warm air is drafted out of the house
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February 9, 2014
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No, it is a stand alone unit and draws air in from the room it is in. It does have an external fan to move heat around though.
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January 29, 2014
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No fresh air intake.
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January 20, 2014
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No, only the small stove has the fresh air intake.
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We are installing this stove on a non combustable wall with 1/2" DURAROCK & STONE, what should my wall clearance be?

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November 10, 2015
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See page 3 of the installation manual. Durarock is a non-combustible material with an R-value; however at some point it will be in contact with framing materials typically made of wood. The rear clearance from tha back of this stove to a combustible is Back Wall 14” (355.6 mm). If your framing materials are wood you must still maintain that clearance, even if Durarock is in front of the wood. Just Read More
See page 3 of the installation manual. Durarock is a non-combustible material with an R-value; however at some point it will be in contact with framing materials typically made of wood. The rear clearance from tha back of this stove to a combustible is Back Wall 14” (355.6 mm). If your framing materials are wood you must still maintain that clearance, even if Durarock is in front of the wood. Just because a material is not combustible that does not mean it does not conduct heat. Remember that vent pipe also has clearances as well. The single wall pipe by dura-vent (that Home Depot sells) is 18" while the double wall is 6". Read Less
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October 27, 2015
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The unit comes with install instructions. That should be considered minimum. You need to contact your local building commission or possibly your local fire department for any rules or regs. special to your location. If you don't have a manual you can check the manufacturers web site for info. It is very important that you install according to manufacturers specs as well as national and local codes. I Read More
The unit comes with install instructions. That should be considered minimum. You need to contact your local building commission or possibly your local fire department for any rules or regs. special to your location. If you don't have a manual you can check the manufacturers web site for info. It is very important that you install according to manufacturers specs as well as national and local codes. I tell you to check manufacturers specs because different stoves will have different clearance specs depending on how the unit is built. Read Less
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October 16, 2015
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Hello,
You would still have to follow the clearances that are listed in our manual. These are also air clearances so these won't change.-Customer Service Team
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want to insert in 24 x 30 fireplace. will it fit and will it draw?

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August 23, 2016
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We do not recommend that this be installed in a fireplace. This is a stand alone unit.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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I would call the manufacturer at 877-447-4768 on this question. My experience gives me the answer but I can find nothing in writing in the install manual that will back up my answer exactly.
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shipping times

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November 28, 2015
why does it take longer to have this item shipped to the store then my home? there is no way a truck is going to get down my road, so wanted shipped to local store, and i can pick it up. also what is the size of the box this is shipped in, want to know if i can put in my tahoe with seats down or do i have to bring my trailer?
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January 12, 2016
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The shipping dimensions are 27 x 23 x 31.5 inches.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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December 11, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This wood burning stove ships in a 335lb box that is 29" deep by 37.5" high and 24.5" wide. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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