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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100

Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100

The Cheyenne Model 7100 from Amaizablaze touts the ability to be incorporated into a home's existing duct work. The stove stands 45" high with legs or 37" high without legs and is 29 1/2" wide. Looks to be well built, weighing in at 350 lbs. Specifically designed to burn kernel corn and will heat an average size home with just one bushel of corn at a time.

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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by heyswitz on March 13, 2017

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all I can say is this stove is not for city people or lazy ones just like a wood stove it needs cleaning to I,ve had one for 3 yrs and love it have it in my shop and never turn it above 2 cats don,t like it that hot leave it on 1 and it works great keeps it at 70 in Canada and it gets cold here only uses a bu. a day it only burns corn unless u have a kit to change it to multi fuel minimal ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by AmaizAblaze Products on October 30, 2014

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Call 419-308-2932 if you have questions about this product or need information how to run it. Excellent source of heat.
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by Matt on September 25, 2014

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How do I tie it into my house duct work
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 2100
Reviewed and rated by DeLane Cline on February 05, 2014

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Our Amaizablaze has had problems from day one - it worked okay the first couple years but not great - and it didn't draft well so backed up smoke into the home more than any other stove - wood, pellet or otherwise that I have ever seen. It won't feed right - had to replace two augers - was told by seller/dealer it could burn multifuels - pellets or corn or cherry pits - but when tried cherry ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by very happy on February 20, 2011

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i've used this corn burner for six years. its not for someone thats lazy. i have not had to replace any thing intill this year, i replaced the heat exchanger, and the fan motor for the burn pot, i heat a old two story house on 180 bushels of corn a year in northwest ia, i run the stove on 2 and have it tie into the main house furnace, it the best thing ever, i think that some people need to turn ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by yankeete@aol,com on December 15, 2010

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Our rep was not hlpful, mfgr says use certified pellets, Used pellets from 8 different mfgrs and stove wont work. Now trying corn and it still doesn't work. This stove has had a gremlin since just after installation and no one cares. What a waste of time, money, pellets. A piece of junk!!
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by Randy on December 17, 2009

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I'm very disappointed that it only last me four winters. The box that the secondary combustion chamber sits in has rusted through. I wish it could of lasted at least 10 years.
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by DOhms on December 11, 2009

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I have been burning corn the Cheyenne 7100 model for 3 years. It is definitely a learning process, but overall I am happy with the stove. Here are some tips 1) 75% of problems with with the fire going out or clogging up are caused by the diverter pin not being centered. If this is centered, the stove will burn great. (It will need to be adjusted periodically) 2) The corn has to be good ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by ebs on November 23, 2009

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have had my 7100 hundred going on my fourth year and have always had problems since day one ! can't keep it going, can't turn the feed up all the way, flame back up the tube, you name it i've had it !! i wish i had it to do all over again knowing what i know now!!!
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by jpk on October 03, 2009

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Had it 4 years. Cant keep it running. Called the factory. They are nice. Still won't run. Save your money.
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by KENT on September 28, 2009

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I have been using a 7100 for five years. My house is twenty one hundred square foot. I can keep my house at seventyfour degrees in fifteen degree weather with the feed rate set on four. some of the things i have read in this review do not make sense. First of all a ton of corn is only thirty five bushel. Corn weighs fifty six pounds to the bushel. In 2009 I bought corn for 4.75 a bushel cleaned ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by DWayne on December 31, 2008

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We like our Amaizablaze 7100. We are on our fourth year of using it and have cut our fuel bill in half, previously we were using fuel oil. We live in Minnesota where it is cold 6 mo. of the year. There are a few inconviences such as cleaning the exchangers 3-5 times per season, it is not thermostaticaly controlled, and the klinker needs to be removed daily. We do however appreciate it"s ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by cakewalkr7 on October 24, 2008

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I bought the stove plus the parts to tie it into my existing furnace. I was told that I'd need 2 tons of corn to get through the winter (6 months). 2 tons would be $440. After 2 days of burning I realized I was going through a whole lot more corn than what I was told I'd need. I contacted the manufacturer and they told me it was normal. I only had the fuel on 2 (out of 10). After running ...
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by scandia resident on September 23, 2008

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the cheyenne has never worked for me. It goes out all of the time. You come home from work and it is 50 degrees in the house. It never produced the heat represented. Neither dealer or manufacture stood behind the product.
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Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Reviewed and rated by suebell@grics.net on September 12, 2008

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is there any dealers around the galesburg Il areas, and the price
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