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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium

Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium

Featuring Quadra-Fire's Automatic Combustion Control (ACC), the 2100 Millennium offers the best combination of heat and burn time for each load of wood at the optimum efficiency. QF's patented four-point combustion technology burns the wood gasses and smoke for a cleaner, more efficient burn than ever before. The stove has a 78.5% efficiency rating running at medium high. *Standard Features* * High temperature classic black finish with black accents * Pedestal * Precision air controls with labels for easy operation * Automatic Combustion Control for easy lighting * Patented four-point Quadra-Fire combustion system * Durable welded steel construction * Convection heat shields * Easy & safe front-to-back log loading * Mobile home approved

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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by pbfallon on December 07, 2018

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Have had the QF for 18 years. Never had any problems. I just replaced the door gasket..first one since I've had the stove. I burn Madrone mostly so no creasote build up. Or very little. I would buy this again.
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by Pharoah on March 09, 2016

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I have the quadrafire for about 7 yrs now and my only regret is not having spent the additional $500 for the ash drawer. I bought a caframo fan that just sits on the wood stove to distribute the hot air more evenly than my ceiling fan and I am snuggly warm even at -30 degrees. just have to load more often since I bought the smallest stove available since my living room isn't that big. It doesn't ...
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by AlaskaGramp on January 18, 2016

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We have had the Quadra Fire 2100 for 8 years, and have been disappointed from the start. In our previous house we had a Federal Airtight which was impressive in heat production and easy, but was told by the dealer the QF was even better. But it doesn't produce nearly the heat and is a lot more work to start, requiring paper, cardboard and fine and medium size kindling. The Federal AT can start ...
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by c.forster on July 29, 2014

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This fire place does not do what it is supposed to do that is heat a full room, sitting away from the fire approximately 4 metres away from the fire the temperature was 18 degrees cels. not good enough, ha omend it to anyone, To get any warmth from it you must stand one and a half metre from it this is not good enough, in fact disgusting as it was recomended by the seller. Our bad move.
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by BC Wood Burner on January 13, 2014

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I would give this stove a higher rating but if you need parts, the cost is outrageous. One of the small bolts/clip that hold the Manifold pipes in place fell out and to replace will cost me about $50. The fiberboard baffle about $160. Based on the cost to replace broken parts I would not recommend this stove.
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by Wild Field Apple on November 02, 2013

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Had this stove for 3 winters. My only complaint is the baffle at the top of the firebox makes it impossible to load more than 2 half-logs of 6" diameter. When starting, with tinder & small limbs, I can only fit 1 half in and must often resort to using a firestarter block to get enough combustion to start that 1 log. But the baffle is probably worth it & I did want a small stove. It does burn ...
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by Sam Lee on October 29, 2012

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Had this Quadra-Fire stove for for 7 years. Burns clean and never had an issue with it.
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Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium
Reviewed and rated by Mujiir on June 19, 2011

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Had a Quadra-Fire for over 8 years. Sold it with the House when we moved. We should have taken it. It was the best stove I've ever had.
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