The Harvester is a uniquely attractive source of heat offering ample warmth, efficiency, and versatility. The ability to hold 75 pounds of corn or wood pellets means you can depend
on constant heat day and night. Should you experience a shortage of one fuel the Harvester will burn a variety of wood pellets, corn and other Biomass specialty fuels today and into the future.
The Country Flame Harvester information and specifications can be found on our main website, and as with all our appliances, we offer half-price shipping.
Three of the most common questions we get about the Country Flame Harvester are as follows:
Can the Country Flame Flex-fuel stoves be connected to a thermostat?
Yes. Simply set the thermostat to the desired temperature and the Country Flame Stove will do the rest. And with the Country Flame IntelliChoice control board, the corn stove is equipped to operate either semi-automatically or manually with 5 heat settings. The choice is up to you.
Are the Country Flame Flex-fuel stoves approved for mobile home use?
Yes. For mobile home use, you must use the outside air connection found on the back of the stoves.
What is the voltage requirement for Country Flame Corn/ Wood Pellet / Flex-fuel stoves?
All models require standard household current 120 volt 60 hertz. Grounded outlet and correct polarity. A surge protector is required.
If you have any questions about purchasing or heating with a Harvester multi-fuel pellet stove, you can visit with one of our heating specialists at 800-495-3196.
Caroline Chamberlin says
My Country Flame stove is making a loud noise when shutting down….like a fan ??? sounds like an airplane….what is causing this??? what needs to be replaced???? I cked the auger motor that seems to be ok….
It could be that something got caught in the exhaust blower over the summer. A bird might have built a nest, etc. If you open the side door you should be able to identify which motor is making the noise. Once you do that you will probably have to take the motor off and clean out whatever is in the squirrel cage.