The Harman Stove P68 is part of the pellet & wood stove
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, pellet & wood stove
models like the P68 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Capacity is claimed input and heating and measured hopper capacity.
Loading is size, height of hopper opening, loading ease.
Cleaning is size of ash pan and ease of removing it.
Features & Specs - Harman Stove P68
Claimed input (btu/hr) The maximum amount of heat that can be produced by each stove.
Claimed input (btu/hr)
Claimed heating capacity (Sq. ft.) The size of the area that can be heated by the stove.
Great stove, love the auto start feature and thermostat setting. Owned it going on 3 years now, purchased used so I had a few things go out on it like the igniter, motherboard (Lightning strike) <br /><br />If you can afford one it's a great stove. <br /><br />I will caution you that if you call a stove place to do repairs be prepared for sticker shock. <br />I had to have the motherboard replaced and a cleaning/servicing and it was a bit over $500.00.<br />Harmon parts are hideously expensive Motherboard $190.00, distribution blower $245.00 So learn to do the servicing yourself look on UTube (Through Amazon I was able to get an OEM blower for $61)
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Awesome stove heats good primary source for heat not using oil The stove goes through 3-4 bags in 24 hours my house is 1800 squire ft. Split level miss my quadrafire castle 1 bag in 24 hours my daughter has it now same size house and 1 bag 24 hours so I am looking for another one to replace the harman p68 just can't afford to run it so right now I am using oil with the stove