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US Stove

Model 6041HF

Internet #202558369

2,000 sq. ft. Multi Fuel Stove

$1,886.63 /each

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First introduced in 2001 as our first multi fuel stove, the 6041 American Harvest stove has evolved into one of the most sophisticated heating appliances on the market. Not only is it capable of burning compressed wood pellets, it can also burn corn, soy beans, cherry pits, olive pits, bio mass fuel grains and processed silage with just a few simple adjustments. The American Harvest 6041 is mobile home approved (with use of Fresh Air Kit, sold separately) and is extremely easy to install.

  • Installation materials are not included (i.e.: floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
  • 9 heat settings allow the ability to adjust to your heating needs
  • 9 blower speed settings allow easy adjustment to fit your home
  • Digital control board with built-in diagnostics and LED readouts make testing, startup, and operation a breeze with just a touch of a button
  • Burns wood pellets, corn, soy beans, cherry pits, olive pits and other compressed biomass fuels
  • Burn pot agitator to prevent clinker build-up and provide a more complete burn
  • Removable ash pan
  • New fuel feed system eliminates burn back and allows the use of non-premium fuels
  • Large viewing window with air wash glass
  • Approved for mobile or modular homes with optional fresh air kit
  • 60 lb. hopper
  • Beautiful queen ann style cast iron legs
  • Click to learn more about wood and wood pellet stoves in our buying guide
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will this stove burn corn also

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Yes but the corn must be clean
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SHELLED CORN (Dry, preferably corn with 11- 12% moisture content)
• Corn must contain less than 14% moisture content. Wet corn will rapidly deteriorate heater components,
reduce efficiency and void all warranties. Purchase a moisture tester if in doubt.
• Corn must be clean and free from debris. Never burn corn right from the field. Damage caused by dirty corn is not
covered by the product warranty. Ask
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SHELLED CORN (Dry, preferably corn with 11- 12% moisture content)
• Corn must contain less than 14% moisture content. Wet corn will rapidly deteriorate heater components,
reduce efficiency and void all warranties. Purchase a moisture tester if in doubt.
• Corn must be clean and free from debris. Never burn corn right from the field. Damage caused by dirty corn is not
covered by the product warranty. Ask for clean filtered bagged corn only. Stalk parts, excessive fines and cob remnants
will clog the auger. Check your corn for foreign objects.
• NEVER BURN SEED CORN IN YOUR Heater. Seed corn is treated with chemical pesticides that are harmful or
fatal if swallowed, therefore, seed corn is dangerous to have in the house, especially where children can reach it.
• Never burn “Deer Corn.” It frequently contains molasses, sugars and salts.
• Store your corn supply in a dry place and keep bags or container sealed to prevent your corn from absorbing excess
moisture. Test the moisture content periodically to ensure the proper dryness.
• There are many varieties of corn grown around the world. Each variety has unique characteristics including the shape
and size of the kernel. Your heater will burn more consistently with a small to midsize kernel corn. If the kernel size
of the corn varies greatly or if you switch sources frequently, you will get a less consistent burn. Therefore, purchasing
corn from the same source will help achieve a more consistent burn. DO NOT USE CORN WITH A HIGH WAX
CONTENT!
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November 19, 2014
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yes, this stove will burn Corn. It will also burn wood pellets. It can also be setup to burn other bio-fuels like Cherry pits, Olive pits, and has burned alfalfa pellets.
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Does it have an ignighter

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December 9, 2015
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Yes, this unit does.
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Can this burn wood chips from tree chippers?

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October 29, 2015
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No this can not use chips you will have to use premium hard wood pellets
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Does the stove get hot to touch?

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October 26, 2015
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Yes, it is insulated, but it still will get hot to touch there is a hot fire in it.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy this stove if you want no trouble We have had this model for three seasons now and it has been nothing but trouble. I am an experienced mechanic and I am very good with all thing mechanical, this stove is troublesome. We had to replace the board and a wiring harness 1st year and an ignitor the second year and right off the bat this year (3rd) the ignitor took a dump. I service this stove frequently to include a once a year total cleaning and lubrication of all moving parts. I don't mind keeping things clean and lubricated but this is crazy! If you are mechanically challenged don't buy this stove. Oh yes I forgot the front glass seal is shot too. December 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Average Gas / Heat Bill Was $450.00 a Month / Now $235.00 We live in the Mohawk river valley, brrrr (6041hf) Stove tempeture settings from 1 to 5 Stove on 3 Which keeps our house at 68 degree ( non insulated 1888 farm house) Run Non Stop For 1 Week on 3 before cleaning (burning green team platinum) no issues for a whole year but now the auger stopped working but after dealing with new england stove... I am still very pleased with this stove December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Makes my home very warm and cozy. I am on my third winter of using this stove. I have propane heat and this stove saves me a fortune. The longer you use it the more you figure it out. The first year I pretty much used the automatic settings. I am now at the point where I am adjusting the draft fan and room fan manually and I think I have it operating at peak efficiency. I'm heating a 1,400 square foot home. I can leave it on the P1 heat setting and heat the house to 76 degrees when it's 20 degrees outside. Obviously it depends on how insulated your house is. Pellet stoves work best in homes that have more of an open floor plan. The only complaint I have is that when the stove is new the paint stinks a little bit when it gets hot. This only happens for the first 3 weeks until the paint gets baked in. Draft fan settings can vary depending on the type of pellets. November 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by By far the best value. I have been involved with friends and their pellet stoves. This one here is by far the best system although you must clean it weekly. But the heat extraction is unsurpassed by the others I have seen. I own this very stove and would not trade it for any others. February 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value Had Pretty good luck. Works great with pellets have had some trouble burning corn depending on the quality of the corn. If the corn has any fines it will plug up the chute all the time. It is manageable though. Dont buy if you are looking for something you want to start and look away. February 16, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by heats up home nicely and easy to clean It was easy to set up.I don't like how hard it is to move in and out the air adjustment and the two clean outs for the pan, have also side in and out. there is A really high pitch sound that comes from the agitator.I called about it and didn't get A good answer two fix it I also don't under stand the fresh air intake because it still uses in side air December 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stove I purchased this stove during the summer and installed it myself and I am very pleased with its performance. It keeps my 1800 square foot cape at 68-70 degrees all the time. I clean it once a week, add pellets daily and it works great. February 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product is as advertised Turned on stove for the first time today 11-20-11 Have heat setting on 1 Outside temp is about 50, inside 64. Stove is burning 1 lb. of pellets per hour At this time I rate the stove excellent Alex October 20, 2011
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