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Pleasant Hearth

Model PH50CABPS

Internet #203726438

2,200 sq. ft. Pellet Stove with 120 lb. Hopper and Auto Ignition

$1,538.46 /each
  • Up to 50,000 BTU/hr heats up to 2,200 Sq. Ft
  • Features 120 lb. hopper and includes outside air kit (MSRP $60)
  • One touch comfort control technology with variable heat settings

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This cabinet style Pleasant Hearth pellet burning stove provides highly efficient and effective indoor zone heating. For single-family or mobile home use with little assembly required. This pellet burning stove features chrome handle, an air wash system for cleaner air, solid cast iron door with arched decor, ceramic glass viewing area and a 5-year limited warranty.

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2,200 sq. ft. Pellet Stove with 120 lb. Hopper and Auto Ignition
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does this come with a blower

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Nantucket Island Mass.
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December 18, 2014
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yes it does with air grates on front and both sides
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October 21, 2014
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Yes
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October 7, 2014
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It has two fans, one exhaust, one convection blower.
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September 30, 2014
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yes this item comes with a blower
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Marion, Montana
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February 18, 2014
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Yes, it has a thermostatically controlled blower that comes on or goes off automatically depending on the heat of the fire box. When you turn off the stove the fan continues to run until the fire box has cooled.
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February 7, 2014
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This stove comes with a convection and exhaust blower.
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What do I need for piping to vent outside? Is this an extra cost and charge for the pipes or is it included?

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Hyde Park, Vermont
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December 17, 2013
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Pahrump, NV
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Handyman Hudson Here: you will need Hallowed vent pipe , which has stainless steel interior and galvanied exterior, essentially a tube within a tube, along with wall thimbles to protect the heat of the exhaust pipe from your combustible wall. Fireproof insulation, for the wall thimble, and heat resistant silicone to adjoin all exhaust tube joints.
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Libby, Mt
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September 30, 2014
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Depends on how you plan on venting this unit, you will have to purchase piping, It does come with outside vent kit but you will need additional parts
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Marion, Montana
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February 18, 2014
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No chimney or fresh air pipe is included. You have to get everything from the exit pipe stub on the stove to the outside depending on your setup. We got ours from HomeDepot.com and everything fit great.
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Coram NY
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January 23, 2014
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Yes, this is an extra cost. I went to a pellet stove sales place and bought mine from them. They were very helpful. The cost all totaled was an extra $375.00, but I only went up five feet, which is all that was required in my state. I am a 51 year old female, and I installed the stove all by myself, so it was pretty easy. It was by far the best investment I have ever made. The stove is heating my entire Read More
Yes, this is an extra cost. I went to a pellet stove sales place and bought mine from them. They were very helpful. The cost all totaled was an extra $375.00, but I only went up five feet, which is all that was required in my state. I am a 51 year old female, and I installed the stove all by myself, so it was pretty easy. It was by far the best investment I have ever made. The stove is heating my entire house without any problems. Great purchase!! Read Less
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December 20, 2013
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Hi Charles,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
There are too many variables to consider when it comes to designing a chimney system.
Consult an experienced professional who can come to your home to recommend a chimney that will work properly and safely.
At the very least, read this Owner's Read More
Hi Charles,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
There are too many variables to consider when it comes to designing a chimney system.
Consult an experienced professional who can come to your home to recommend a chimney that will work properly and safely.
At the very least, read this Owner's Manual:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/de/deb811fc-bd0c-41c8-ba3a-425d7dd08037.pdf
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Can this model be Thermostat Controlled?

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August 30, 2015
I would like to know if I can hook this up to a thermostat for auto on and auto off
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March 18, 2016
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It has a built in thermostat called smart heat. I wish it could be mounted on the wall but the manufacturer said its not feasible on this stove.
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February 25, 2016
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No. It has an internal thermostat controlled by a variable control knob. You can't set it on 70 degrees and have it start and stop to maintain. You usually have to adjust the knob throughout the day to maintain a comfortable temperature.
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August 31, 2015
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This unit is already controlled by an internal thermostat, and can also be place on a minimum or maximum continuous setting. It cannot be connected to an external thermostat.
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August 31, 2015
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Hey there,
This unit is already controlled by an internal thermostat, and can also be place on a minimum or maximum continuous setting. If you need additional information, feel free to give us a call at 877-447-4768. Thank you.
- GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Constantly dirty glass

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January 26, 2016
why does the glass keep getting dirty lasts about 12 hours or less before it is dirty. Flames were big and nice for about the first 18 hours now smaller and the glass gets dirty. Cracked a window in the kitchen...turned the trim counterclockwise first to 1 then to two.
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Could be your fresh supply especially if you are in a humid climate or the vacuum switch may be bad.
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February 16, 2016
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You are burning wood and that makes smoke and ash whether you see it or not. It is only natural for the glass in the combustion chamber to get sooty. There is nothing wrong with the stove and the dirty glass should be expected. Just wipe it down with a paper towel and clean it with a little white vinegar.
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January 27, 2016
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Our customer service support team will be happy to assist you. Please call us Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm CST at 877-447-4768 or email us at customerservice@ghpgroupinc.com-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bang for the buck Received the stove and it was damaged - they had poor packaging with nothing to protect the top so the paint was rubbed off because of something sitting on top of the box. Home Depot did take care of me though and all is well. This stove was light enough that I was able to get it in the home with the help of one other person. I had 2 handymen that were going to help me with assembling it that backed out on me, but thanks to all of the helpful hints and reviews here I was able to be wonder woman and install the whole thing myself. This stove puts out great heat and I am very happy with it. April 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Do not purchase Like many other reviews state, the bushing on the blower go out within 4-6 weeks of use resulting in an unbearable rattling. That isn't my primary issue with the stove. I reported the bushing issue to the company and they said the would send a replacement; waited two months and the replacement never arrived. Contacted them again and mysteriously one shows up the following week, without any instructions on how to replace. I contacted them yet again this heating season because the replacement went out as usual, but still haven't heard from them after two weeks. Overall, product isn't the worst, but customer service doesn't exist and most complaints are just shrugged off. February 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pellet Stove This pellet stove was easy to install, I've had it for 2 weeks with the weather starting to cool and me being the kind that is freezing all the time and is use to wood heat this pellet stove has proven itself to keep me warm. It is very easy to use, I clean it out about every other day depending on the usage. So far the only small con I notice is when the stove is filling the firepot pellets periodically bounce out of it. Has nice basic look. September 30, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove for the money I live in interior Alaska and our winters can be pretty harsh. I have been using a blaze King wood stove to heat my house for the last 5 years and as I get older I was less interested in carrying an arm load of wood every day so I started looking in to pellet stoves. At first I went to a local wood/pellet stove distributor and was shocked at sticker prices ($4k-$8K) for Harman, ECO and other brands on display. Next stop was Lowes and Home Depot and I started inspecting and researching what I could about their stoves. Initially I was hesitant on purchasing (Summers Heat or Englander) because if the online reviews, but I figured at a fraction of the cost it was worth a shot. I purchased this stove and brought it home the same day and had it operational 72 hours later because I wanted to paint the vent stack black instead of having galvanized gray exposed in my log home. At first there was an issue with start up, but after contacting Mike at Englander, he walked me through how to adjust the igniter and the problem was fixed. We did have an issue with clinkers forming in the burn pot, but after a recall and by passing the vacuum switch as a local installer recommended to me that hasn't been an issue. If there was any complete I would have it would have to be its not as efficient as some other stoves on the market, I can get anywhere from 36-40 hours burn times with a full pot and other people I know can burn 24 hours or more with a single bag of pellets. Now take into consideration that a bag of pellets is $4-$6 and I paid less than half of what the next cheapest stove was it will take a lot of pellets to make up the difference. The best feature of this stove are the side Vents, everyone that has come over have commented on how they wish their stove had side vents. Is this stove the best out there no, but I would say it may very well be the most cost efficient especially if you are on a budget and don't mind a few adjustments from time to time. Customer service from my experience has been exceptional and haven't had any issues as some other reviews have mentioned. efficiency March 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this stove! I have a 2-floor cube-shaped house of about 2000 sq ft. with a rather open layout. I spent almost $3000 last year on propane just to keep the house at 63'F. I installed this stove about 2 weeks ago, and it looks like I may end up using only about $1000 worth of pellets. On its lowest Auto setting it seems to be able to keep the house at about 67'F, and with only a small wiggle of the dial up, a comfy 72'F. Easy to clean, easy to fill, large hopper. Just make sure you have a good source of pellets! October 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by VERY NICE PELLET STOVE ASSEMBLY WAS EASY, BOLTED TO PALLET VERY WELL. ACTUALLY PALLET IS WHAT SAVED STOVE FROM DAMAGE, FORKLIFT DRIVERS ARE NOT THE CAREFUL TYPE. SO EVEN THOUGH CARDBOARD BOX WAS DAMAGED, THE SIZE OF THE PALLET SAVED THE STOVE. HAVING TO NOT HAVE TO ADJUST THE AIR AND AUTO IGNITION IS A VERY NICE FEATURE. BEST PART? MADE IN AMERICA! March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really well made efficient wood burning stove I've been waiting a couple of months to write this review to see how well this stove worked. This stove was worth every penny I paid for it. It is a really well designed and well made stove. It heats my house up to 72 degrees in about 30 minutes from startup. It produces very little ash (Stove Chow Pellets) though I do vacuum the firebox daily before the first fire of the day. If you follow the maintenance schedule by the book I don't see how this stove wont last a long time. My local chimney guy wanted to sell me a high priced brand name stove and said the Home Depot stoves were garbage. Well when he came out to pipe this in for me he was impressed with the quality of the stove. He said that he would be recommending this stove to customers who cannot afford to spend the extra money on the brand name stuff. Definitely worth the money, buy it! January 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove I have a drafty 1600 sqft house from1900 and it is 15 degrees out and my house is 80 and the second floor iswarm to also this is my only heat sorce I had the Englander 25-pah and was lucky to hit 62 when it was 45 outside so i reternd it for this one greatstove easy to work and maintain very happy only thing is a wall thermostat would be nice but to warm is better than always cold like the other one February 10, 2016
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