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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F

Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F

From Fahrenheit Technologies The Endurance 50F is a next generation, forced air furnace that combines the benefits of biomass fuel, with the convenience of self-cleaning, low-maintenance operation. The result is a high-performance heating unit that's easy to use, cost-effective, and satisfying to own.

Endurance burns shelled corn, wood and grain pellets, dried cherry pits and other biomass fuels.

At the heart of the Endurance difference is Cyclean, a patent-pending superior fire-feeding and self-cleaning technology that you won't find on any other furnace or stove. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to heat your home thanks to this exclusive technology.

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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by heyswitz on March 13, 2017

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hi I gotta say I don,t understand all the problems u people are having with your 50f I have mine hooked into the oil furnace duct work and heats our whole storey and half farm house at 74 degrees best thing I,ve ever bought I burn corn tried pellets but was getting garbage had to clean out 3x mo. corn burns so much cleaner I had to replace my striker plate 2x but then made my own out of heavier ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank on March 21, 2015

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Frank from Canada again... I've been owning the F-50 Fahrenheit Endurance since 2008, which is hooked up to my existing oil furnace duct work. It's wonderful! For the 2014/15 season, the F-50 performed flawlessly with their improved parts, keeping the house and the family warm and hassle-free despite my using it all winter long as Canada (Ottawa) went through one of the coldest winter on record ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank on October 08, 2014

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Hi everyone... Frank again after a few postings I made since my first install of the F50 back in 2008, in Canada. This is now October 2014 and I'm still burning wood pellets with it! Initially the manufacturer was perfecting their F50 but now I can say they got it: I've been without issues for sometime and it's quite reliable with the improved parts. Service has always been fast, ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by kiwiruss on March 24, 2014

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I bought this to replace my St Croix Revolution which has had nothing but issues and poor support from the manufacturer. This Fahrenheit 50F is running like a champ. Its build quality is top class and we even had feedback from the manufacturer before it was hooked up. The design looks to be better though out than the ones from St Croix and the digital display makes changing settings and ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Gil Steil on December 28, 2012

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I've been trying to use my Endurance 50F for three years. I've been through 3 control board replacements and have replaced the burn pot with an upgraded pot. I've moved the furnace to remove kinks from the fresh air feed. I've cleaned it fully twice a week and emptied the ash pan daily. I've tried every setting on the control panel. I burn premium wood pellets. After extensive cleaning it ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by mnman on December 13, 2011

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This is the poorest investment I have ever purchased I sell/lease and work on dish machines for the largest instutional detergent company in the USA. We sell some poor products that we must stand behind. We either improve or replace the products. This unit will not burn corn correctly. Doesn't want to light. Goes out constantly and the pot is made out of light metal that bends. You constantly ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Don on December 27, 2010

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This is my second winter with the 50f and my first review as I like to live with something for awhile before I give a opinion on it. In short this is one purchase that has exceeded my expections. I have had a combination furnace since we built our house (1979) that burns coal-wood-or oil. Normally i used oil in the fall and spring, when a wood or coal fire would overheat the house, and coal after ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by sd6394 on December 10, 2010

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If your looking for a corn burning furnace look no further this blows the st croix outta the water
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank from Ottawa, Canada on February 02, 2010

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I've commented here a few times before and here's my latest update: This is my 2nd year using the F-50 and a lot of its performance depends on your location, how cold your winter is, the size of your house, level of insulation, the temperature you set it at, etc. More specs are on my previous postings so not to repeat. But here's my rounded experience: The F-50 will keep us warm by ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by doug martin on December 19, 2009

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This is my 3rd year burning the Farenheit 50. The company has replaced my burn pot three times and the control board three times. I have not put one dime into these replacement parts. The only parts I have replaced on my own, is the exhaust pipe. The only place I could set my stove to hook into the existing ductwork and to exhaust leaves me with about a ten foot horizontal run to the outside. I ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank on September 29, 2009

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My advice for the above review dated September 24, 2009: (I have two more postings above.) I solved every issues in a timely manner with the F-50 tech Mark Graham at MGraham@edmarmfg.com. Granted it's not fun when something doesn't work properly but getting it working feels great in the end especially with great F-50 tech assistance. My own experience, to address your issues: 1) Look ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by fahrenheit technologies endurance 50F on September 24, 2009

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I bought this stove Oct,2008 ,it worked ok1st week.Contacted salesman with problems smoking in house.He instructed to check pot assembly.It was installed incorrectly. The stove would put off smoke detectors in home when it was in clean out mode. Called factory tech he suggested to install stove on south side of home away from east wind .It has smoked our walls and my lungs are not good from the ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank on August 06, 2009

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I kept a daily log during my first Canadian winter (2008-2009) using the 50F, which is hooked up to the existing oil furnace's duct work. It definitely works, even at -30C (-22F) on our 30 year old, 2 story, 1500 SQ/FT house. The temperature inside the house is more even than with the oil furnace as the hot air is more constantly delivered instead of bursts. I set the oil furnace 1 degree ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by sbeam on May 22, 2009

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I purchased my unit in Sept. '08. Just before Christmas it started smoking in the hopper. When I first called the company I was told it wasn't meant to be a stand alone unit. Then they back tracked and sent me a new one. I couldn't get all the fuel out without burning myself so it smoldered for two weeks. Most snow (36") in Oregon in 40yrs. Two weeks without heat. It's now mid May and my unit is ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank M in New Hampshire on February 28, 2009

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I guess I'm a little confused with some of the comments listed here. The installation and cleaning directions are very straight forward. I performed the install myself following the directions and my furnace has been up and running since November with no issues. Granted, there are many considerations and possibilities when selecting the fuel, location and installation of the unit. My home is ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by serviceman on January 08, 2009

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I worked as a service technician with many manufacture's and am just giving my perspective. This is a very high maintenance unit. It is pushed as low maintenance however because the burn pot empties itself out. But the maintenance required is extensive, for example every two months you need to remove the exhaust blower assembly to clean it and the way it is designed does not make it easy to do ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Robert E on December 18, 2008

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I purchaced my Fahrenheit furnace in Nov 2008.Installed it myself,had a lot of problems with the pot overflowing and the furnace shuting down.After talking with my dealer he explained that I probably had a back draft issue.I switched from 3 to 4 inch vent pipe and also started to use outside air to my intake.My furnace now works totally different.I am extremely pleased with it now.Hope the person ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F broke more than works
Reviewed and rated by Raymond B on December 11, 2008

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I purchased the unit on 02/09/08 during the two months after install it was down over half the time. The computer board was replaced twice. I have been trying to use it since Oct. 08 and it will not keep running. I have try to work with the company tweeking it all the time. I spent $4580 on the unit and install so it would work perfectly. I have to fill the hopper twice a day with fuel. I ...
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Fahrenheit Technologies Endurance 50F
Reviewed and rated by Frank on October 11, 2008

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We just had our Fahrenheit Endurance 50F installed in Oct. 2008 here in Ottawa, Canada, and the heat that comes out of there from the wood pellets is awesome. Next week the intsallers will hook it up to our existing oil furnace's duct work. Using this furnace as a pellet stove for one room is like shooting an ant with a bazooka so powerful it is. I do believe that it will be adequate to heat our ...
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