Coal Stoves: Three-in-One

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The Old House Web
Open fireplaces are beautiful and romantic, but most folks in northern climates opt to fill the space with efficient wood or coal burning stoves. The Harman TLC 2000 Coal Stove allow you to have the best of both worlds -- and one more besides.

The coal stove can be converted to a fireplace stove to burn wood. It can also serve as an indoor cooking grill. And since it does not require electricity, you're guaranteed warmth through a power loss.

Simply open the stove's glass doors, put the optional fireplace screen in and you're ready to enjoy a log fire. When you're burning coal, the large glass viewing window allows you to admire the glowing embers. Load coal through the top and remove ashes from the oversize ash pan. Coal can burn up to 60 hours.

  • Model: TLC 2000 Coal and Wood Stove.
  • Fuel: Wood, pea, nut and stove-size coal.
  • BTU Range: 72,000.
  • Heating Capacity: 1,900 sq ft.
  • Weight: 375 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 18.4" deep x 35" high x 25.8" wide.
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