Model # 5660

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US Stove 2,200 sq. ft. Bay Front Pellet Stove
0012685056609

US Stove

2,200 sq. ft. Bay Front Pellet Stove

$1,779.99 /each

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The 5,660 Bay Front Pellet Stove is a fully automatic pellet stove with auto ignition and easy to use electronic controls. It utilizes a temperature control circulation blower to spread heat evenly it is a durable yet sleek design, built for years of high performance. The 5,660 blends nicely with any room setting and provides your home with the desired warmth even in the coldest of climates.

  • Installation materials are not included (i.e: floor protector and PL vent exhaust system)
  • Unique step top design for more fuel storage
  • 6 heat settings allow the ability to adjust to your heating needs
  • 120 CFM blower with automatic circulation to spread heat evenly
  • Digital control board with built-in diagnostics allows easy, 1-touch adjustments for heating your home
  • LED display makes it easier to set and operate
  • Air wash glass
  • Large bay window style door
  • Integrated damper control
  • Approved for mobile or modular homes with optional fresh air kit
  • Heat tube scraper for maximum efficiency
  • Larger hopper means more burning time between fill-ups
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what size vent pipe kit do i need the 3in or the 4in

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December 9, 2015
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3" or 4" will work for this stove. If you plan to run the vent vertical vent more than 5 feet I suggest using 4" pipe. Some pellet stoves require 4" vent pipe and some other pellet stoves require 4" pellet pipe if there vent run is taller than five feet. This stove does not say you have to increase to 4" at a certain height but you will spend more money replacing an entire 3" pellet chimney with a 4" Read More
3" or 4" will work for this stove. If you plan to run the vent vertical vent more than 5 feet I suggest using 4" pipe. Some pellet stoves require 4" vent pipe and some other pellet stoves require 4" pellet pipe if there vent run is taller than five feet. This stove does not say you have to increase to 4" at a certain height but you will spend more money replacing an entire 3" pellet chimney with a 4" pellet chimney for another stove in the future. Read Less
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November 10, 2015
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My instructions stated I could use either size. The out let is 3 inch on the stove.
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November 20, 2014
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3" double wall
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October 28, 2014
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This stove uses a 3 inch vent pipe.
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Does this stove come with a 120 cfm or 200 cfm blower

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June 14, 2015
I see this advertised differently on the US Stove website...it says 200 cfm blower, yet on Homedepot it says 120 cfm?
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November 10, 2015
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Mine has the 200 CFM blower, and a year later I get to buy another one at 360 dollars not a great product.
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June 15, 2015
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It is a 200 cfm blower
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June 14, 2015
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The version of the US Stove 2200 sq. ft. Bay Front Pellet Stove sold by Home Depot (and other vendors) come with the 120 cft blower installed.
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Does this model come as a wood burning stove, or pellet only? I'm looking for a similar class front arrangement.

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This model is a pellet stove there are similar designs that are wood but this is just pellet.
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November 20, 2014
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pellet only
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August 14, 2014
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The particular model is not offered as a wood stove; however we do offer a wood stove with the “Bay Front View”. The model(s) you can look into is the SW180 and the SW180 insert. If you would like more information on this model and other models please contact us at 1-800-750-2723. Thank you.
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How to adjust the feed rate.

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See page 8 of the installation manual. I have included a copy here:
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September 27, 2016
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The Top mounted controls adjust the feed rate automatically based upon the set temperate or hear setting.
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2,200 sq. ft. Bay Front Pellet Stove is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap parts, awful customer service Within 8 months the auger jammed 3 times. Each time, the motor continued to spin, damaging the auger shaft. Contacted the store I bought it from as well as the manufacturer multiple times, neither one is willing to refund or replace the obviously defective stove, even though it clearly states in the warranty paperwork the manufacturer will.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy this stove. Don’t buy this stove, I purchase one at Home Depot in September, and then found out it has to be cleaned every day. I have tried many different brands of pellets, and if you use the good all hard wood pellets (I paid $5.50 per bag), you may have to clean it twice a day. Before I realized how bad the stove is, it literally stacked pellets on top of the pot, and it started burning up the pellet chute. The manufacturer sent me another controller board (took 3 weeks to ship it to me), but it made no difference, so I am going to deal with this piece of junk this winter, and scrap the stove this spring. Do not make the same mistake I did, do not buy this stove.
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great stove We had a stove from another company--cost more, wouldn't heat--this stove has put out more heat in three hours than the other stove did in 10 days. we feel great to be warm again. It has a labor warranty as well as parts. It is easy to operate and has an ash fall thru drawer--but best of all "IT HEATS" and also quiet compared to the other stove.
Date published: 2013-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of heat and quick auto lighter great product! I have had two other pellet stoves so i have lots of experience. One is the cheapo unit from lowes its in the basement doesnt throw much heat and caught on fire twice! It is junk! Bought it 6 years ago and cant wait to replece it. The other a quadra fire top of the line paid $3500 for it, lasted 8 years and this is the replacement. It throws more heat then the other two stoves combined!! Cons: flame can not be adjusted! 5 heat settings that set both flame and blower, would rather see smaller flame and higher blower for when no one is home. Also loud blowers Pros: so much heat! Burns through your pellets fast but blarring hot and strong blowers! Auto ignition is very quick! Had it two weeks now and no ash??? Old quadra fire had to be emptied every 5 days. No reliability data yet it's too new. I have 3000 square feet and this thing will hear the whole place till you have to turn it down! Pretty sure btu rating is understated.
Date published: 2013-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Choose another Brand The auger and bushings seized up just one week after the stove was installed. U.S. Stove's website doesn't stock the parts to repair the auger. I had to search someplace else to buy them myself. There are no repairmen near here so I had to fix it myself, as well. The hopper is not as big as advertised. It only holds about 40 pounds of pellets. It barely runs through the night without running out. On the lowest heat setting I can only run it about 10 hours before it needs to be refilled. On a higher setting I will have to fill it during the middle of the night. The front door doesn't seal well and there is no adjustment to fix it. This causes a little air to leak by the side windows. It also causes them to stain very quickly and it is almost impossible to clean off. I'm not happy with this stove. It's putting out heat now, so, it's better than the old broken one that I had. It's better than nothing but next time, I will choose a different brand.
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Reconsider another stove I live in the mountains of Colorado. I bought a new 5660 pellet stove in July, and installed it in August. First of all: The "thermostat" is not really a thermostat. I only regulates the heat output when the room temperature falls below the temperature that you set. In my case, when I first started using it, the temperature reached 88 degrees when I had to shut it off. The first Customer Service representative told me that my pellets were too small and that I should pick out the small ones as I am pouring in the pellets!!!! It took me speaking with three different people, finally a manager, who explained that it is not really a thermostat. Here is the worst problem: I have used the pellet stove probably 20 times over the past 2 months, and have broken/jammed the auger four times. US Stove did send me a replacement auger after the first one broke (not just the pin but the bottom of the auger). I was totally mislead on how to remove the auger, and it took 2 calls to get the correct directions. Now, we are at 5 degrees below zero, and the auger has jammed again, and broken the pin again! Home Depot said it will replace it even though I am just outside of my 90 day warranty, but I have to bring it in (30 minutes to get to the store), get a credit on my credit card, and then they can order a replacement. I don't think I am outside of my warranty period since this problem has been happening since I first started using it. Home Depot won't order one for me so that I can pick up the new one when I drop off the old one. I will be in freezing for days until Home Depot get the replacement in. US Stove and/or Home Depot should stand up and do the right thing. Send the replacement stove to the store, and let me know when it comes in. I will then exchange my bad one for one that hopefully works better.
Date published: 2014-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sure beats a heat pump! Living in South Carolina, where a woodstove would be to much, a pellet stove is perfect. Most houses down here have heat pumps, which seem to blow cold air except for when the temp drops below 30 degrees, then the electric meter spins so fast you can't see it, until your bill arives in the mail. We installed this pelletstove last month, and we love it. WARM heat! As of yet, this year the heat pump has not run at all. We run the stove during the evening/night, and then first thing in the morning. Keeps our 2300 sq, ft, home very comfortable. Had to do some searching for pellets, but found if you order a ton at a time(this is just about the amount I am figuring to heat the house this season), they are easy to find, and a ton of pellets stacks nice and neat. Much neater/cleaner than draging firewood into the house. Cleaning is a not a problem, and the glass stays clean. My neighbor has a very high dollar stove, and he has to clean his glass after every bag of pellets if he wants to see the fire. So far, this has been a very dependable stove, anyone can install it with some planning and the right tools. I have read thousands of reviews before buying this stove, from some very low dollar to some very high dollar. If you read them all, no one makes a perfect stove! This one works great, is dependable, looks very nice, and warms the house! They all make some noise, but this one is quiet, does not impede conversation or the T.V. Plan before you buy, measure twice, and if it fits, buy it! I would much rather spend the money on pellets(I figure I will save between three and four hundred a year on electric) and have a real fire in the living room!
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Stove Don't Waste Your Money Stove looks good... and then it doesn't work. I purchased this stove last year thinking it was a good deal. I looked at the reviews online and thought that will work for what I need. I installed it with the out side air kit, and it still has had nothing but issues. The burn pot fills up with un burned material in less than a day. You have to dump the burn pot each time you want to light it, by hand. That is wait for it to cool, open it up and dump the pot, then clean under the pot and put it all back together. If I run it over night it will fill up the pot. The glass is always black and needs cleaning. I wish I would have spent the extra money and got a better stove. Oh and now a year later I need a new blower fan at 360 something dollars. that is 1/4 the price of the stove. Not a good buy not a good stove keep looking.
Date published: 2015-11-11
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