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Avalon Newport

General Review:

The Avalon Newport is somewhat comparable to the QuadraFire Sante Fe’s.  The prices will usually float around in the low $2000, but expect to pay additional for tax and installation.

Its generally a solid performer.  Nothing exceptional stands out with these units.  Like most pellet stoves, there’s a period of adjustment needed. 


They have a good warranty, with 2 years on the electrical components, and 7 years on the heating elements.


Some owners have experience an issue with the fire “dying out” overnight.  This can usually be attributed to an issue where the damper and feed rates are out of sync.  Leaving the damper open and a slow feed rate can have the stove burning out prematurely as the pellets are not “keeping” up with the increased air flow.  Readjust the damper and feed rates to be more closely aligned. There is no removable ashpan.  The  vacuum tube can be a hidden place for ash to accumulate, so include it on the monthly maintenance.  Some might argue that it’s a little small in output for the price.

General Thoughts:

Despite some of the cons on this, we include them just to mention some user issues. If you're looking at a Sante Fe consider this one, especially if the prices look comparable.

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