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Small size, big features

Key Features:
  • Measures 21-1/2 wide x 25-3/8" high x 12-3/4" deep.
  • Heat output 12,900 to 34,400 BTUs/hour.r
  • Heats up to 1,500 square feet.
  • Burns wood pellets or corn/pellet combination.
  • Starts at $2,408.
  • Pricing as of 2011.
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  • Santa Fe Pellet Insert
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by Bill Barron, contributing editor
Built with smaller spaces in mind, the self-lighting Santa Fe pellet insert has all the features of its larger relatives.

It burns wood pellets, or a combination of pellets and corn. Adjust the three heat settings with a wall-mounted thermostat or optional remote control. Fill the top-loading 45-pound hopper and the insert will run for up to 30 hours on the lowest setting.

A patented feed system prevents pellet jams, says the manufacturer. Ashes from the fire drop into a removable pan. The insert vents from the rear, but a top vent adapter kit is available.

Classic stove black is the standard finish, with upgrade options of black or satin nickel. Other options include a log set and mantel shelf.

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