Harmon pellet stove.
What is your experience? I purchased a Harmon P-38 pellet stove to heat a 1400 sq. ft. log house with an R-30 rated insulated roof. Harmon and the dealer estimated my usage at 1/12 to 2 tons pellets per heating season. I am on my fourth ton and expect to use at least 5.
Harmon provides no customer service. All service comes from the dealer. If you ask a question the dealer doesn't know he calls Harmon. Often times the answer does not match the question.
The temperature probe is very poor. If I shut the stove off for maintenance the probe setting may be different when I turn the stove back on. Even though I do not change the setting. The probe does not allways shut the stove off. Most of the time it goes to a real low fire as if it were in the manual mode.
Harmon says the ash pan will hold ashes from a ton of pellets. Not even close.
Harmon rccomends maintenance after 1 ton of pellets. I find my stove needs maintenance weekly.(which I expected)
Harmon has a way to connect a programable thermpostat to the stove. Your dealer will need to get the information. Harmon wires the thermostat in series with the probe and sets it at a temperature above the probe. All the thermostat does is run the program. You still have to figure out by experiment what temperatuire the probe is set at.