Review: Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 7100
Amaizablaze Cheyenne Model 2100
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 pits it created a caked on cement type film over inside of stove that had to be literally chiseled off - then told the smoke backup was caused by the venting not being attached properly to create a good air feed - that the design was to have fresh air as well as smoke come in and out of the venting - NOT - tried removing and reinstalling but there was too many gaps in the pipes it wouldn't go back together tight enough. Burned pellets in stove and that created the auger to jam and ultimately burned up auger motor - WHAT IS THE DEAL WITH THESE STOVES - PAID REALLY GOOD MONEY TO HAVE A WORTHLESS PIECE OF JUNK!