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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100

Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100

Amaizablaze's smallest corn stove, rated to heat up to 1,500 square feet. The stove stands 24" high or 32" with legs and is 23" in depth. The hopper capacity is large for a small stove and will hold 60 pounds of shelled corn. Air circulation blowers will move air at 160 cfm. Overall the unit weighs only 150 pounds.

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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by Edith clark on January 12, 2017

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The auger motor on my pellet stove went out how the hell do you get it apart to fix it ? It does not have any set screws and it's all welded to go there please call me 763 301 2159 Thank you
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by kelly on December 07, 2011

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We have used ours for over 5 years and put around 150 bushel through it per year....the stove has been perfect and has cut our heating bill to 1/4 of what it use to be. I had a self inflicted problem this year and when I called Nesco the guy who answered the phone bent over backwards walking me through testing everything to find the short. I found out the blower motor was shorted...again, self ...
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by TechEdTreacher on January 29, 2011

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Positive pressure combustion stinks. After 2 years we added the outside negative pressure adapter. It failed in 1000 hours. The factory finally relented and sent a replacment adapter but the design is worse. Stove is working now but I do not expect it to go a full season without more problems. Season one the controller failed and a new type sent. Each time I have it apart my dealer has ...
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by Mike Kling on January 25, 2011

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Just like every other comment. ROOM AIR BLOWER complete turd. Mine is in its fifth season and the f ing wheels are cumming off. The newest blower motor of many is on the fritz. The combustion blower is on its way. But the worst is the auger motor, its mounts and the tolerances allowed in the construction. when I took it apart the motor was jumping around and rubbing on some high volt wires (good ...
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by Mary Fish on December 12, 2010

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This thing makes so much noise... and I'm wondering if I am having the same problem with the blower motor. It constantly is putting itself out with either to much corn or not enough. Don't know if the auger is right or not. How do you reach the company to get some answers or to see if any of this product is on recall.
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by Randall S. Dettmann on February 13, 2010

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I bought the Model 2100 in 2006 and have used it as supplemental heat when temperatures were sub-zero. In those four years I've burned approximately 5 tons of corn. The blowers were noisy from day one and the room blower motor is so inaccessible it required taking the unit apart to oil it. This helped the noise problem some until recently when the blower motor locked-up. This would have been a ...
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by mammahop on October 20, 2009

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We installed a negative draft kit before using our corn stove so that we could burn wood pellets as well. We had trouble with the 'timer' getting hot after the first week. We got a replacement from the dealer and have had no trouble since then with the timer. It took us about a month to figure out what settings, how much wood pellets and how much corn before things went well. One thing we ...
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Amaizablaze Cherokee Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by greg of michigan on December 19, 2008

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when the blower motor works, i'm happy with the product. bearings in room air blower lock-up after appx. 2 mos. this is unacceptable. corporate manager did stand behind product 100% and overnighted new blower under warranty. for that i'm very happy. however, the problem remains. 2 mos. new motor is locked-up. took 1 good bearing from each blower to make my own repairs. currently searching for ...
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