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    where can I buy a coal/wood stove that has a large enough box for 16" logs,what Ive found in the valley is the box is small and I'd have to cut my fire wood in half

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    Call Frontier Heating concepts. His number is 907-746-8031, we are looking into the dual fuel/wood one and they also had one that burned larger logs.


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    I don't think coal or charcoal is supposed to be burned indoors. It has a veracious appetite for oxygen; in cabins that are well sealed it can be hazardous. Check with your local stove and furnace company before you burn these fuels indoors.
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    Also check with AK Cozy Coal, Rick Dilley can get you set up as well, I just don't know what size his stoves come in.

    http://www.cozycoal.com/


    Brav, they actually make indoor coal burning stoves. I wouldnt want one in my home do the the smell and mess they make.
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    Brav01 Im looking for a stove that burns wood or coal,what are you talking about,people have been burning coal in indoor stoves for hundreds of years

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