Cabinet Pellet Stove

Pleasant Hearth pellet burning stoves will warm your heart and your home with highly efficient and effective indoor zone heating. This stove has been EPA certified with a 85% efficiency rating. Perfect for single-family or mobile home use with little assembly required. All Pleasant Hearth pellet burning stoves feature chrome handles, air wash system for cleaner air, solid cast iron door with large ceramic glass veiwing area, and a 5 year limitied warranty. Stoves operate best when fueled with premium pellet fuel. Heating coverage area is up to 2,200 sq ft.

  • High Efficiency EPA Approved Pellet Burning Stove
  • Burns 25 to 85 hours in one fueling
  • Exclusive Comfort Control System
  • Exclusive Integrated Diagnostics
  • Auto Ignition System
  • Includes Outside Air Kit (MSRP $60)
  • Ceramic glass window
  • Air Wash System
  • Mobile Home Approved
  • Made in the USA
Fuel Type Wood Pellets
Heat Output50,000 BTU/hr
Heating CapacityUp to 2,200 sq. ft.
Log or Pellet Capacity120 lb. Hopper Capacity
Average Efficiency85%
Emissions.69 grams/hour
FinishBlack Finish with Chrome Accents
Dimensions W x D x H (in.)26" x 24" x 35 3/4"
Weight (lbs.)180
Warranty5 Year Limited Warranty
Cabinet Pellet Stove is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Stove I purchased this pellet stove Oct. 2013. Have been using it for about 4 months. ! would've rated it 5 stars... but yesterday the convection blower failed where the bushing sets in the rubber. The rubber came apart in 2 pieces. The stove is cleaned regularly & until now, I've had no issues. However... I don't particularly like the design of this bushing, & rubber, on the end of the blower cage. I hope it's not going to be a constant problem, it's really a NICE Stove, to let such a small part be such a large issue. Stove doesn't run without it. I'm waiting to a get replacement, hopefully under the warranty. But I would still recommend this stove to a friend, or family.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great stove I've had this stove since November and I'm very happy with it. The only downside that I've run into at this point is the convection blower - The bearing isn't the greatest so it tends to fail prematurely. I've already had the blower replaced once and the new one is only a few weeks old and is making noises already. Customer service was great about replacing it the first time so I'm hoping it's just as easy when I call again soon!
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great stove and excellent customers service My Wife and I bought this stove last year and are very pleased. We were using four tanks of oil a year until we purchased this stove and last year we used only one .just so you know our house is a two story cape about 1600 sg ft. so this stove does the job .and as for customer service just got off the phone with them moments ago and by far the best experience I have had and get this they speak english
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Customer service is Excellent We purchased our stove in October and shortly after started having problems. The customer service team is outstanding and has helped us every step of the way to get our stove to where it should be. I would recommend purchasing a Pleasant Hearth to anyone!
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awsome Ive had this stove a little over a month and it is awsome and above expectations
Date published: 2014-02-05

Can you light the stove manually if the starter goes bad 

Asked by: jeremy
You can not. The vacuum switch would be triggered when the door is opened, so it wouldn't be able to be lit in this manner. Thank you Jeremy.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-03-10

If there's no ash pan where do the ashes go when they fall through the holes in burn pot. Thinking about buying one of these stoves have an Englander now and doesn't burn very good

Asked by: Irish21
It stays in the firebox and must be vacuumed on a weekly basis or more often depending on ash-buildup from frequency of use.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-03-06

Where do you get parts for the pleasant hearth pellet stove I.e. bushing for convection motor

Asked by: mikerog
This seems to be a huge problem! I just bought my stove a month ago and the rubber bushing for the convection blower went out last night. FYI... the outside temp in MI last night was -26F. There are multiple sights that have people with this same problem happening with stoves less than 3 months old. I am NOT a happy customer!
Answered by: jfullerton117
Date published: 2014-03-06

Hi, can you tell me the weight and shipping dimensions of the box this comes in?  I need an idea of whether it'll fit in my car when I pick it up.  Thanks!

Asked by: DCCC
The shipping weight for this is 235 lbs. The shipping dimensions are 30W, 32D, 44H. Thank you.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-02-25

Does this model qualify for the Biomass tax credit?

Asked by: asherb
It depends on the original date of purchase. These must be approved on a yearly basis.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-02-20

pleasant hearth 50,000 btu with 120 lb hopper. What does the outside air kit consist of? Thanks Rick

Asked by: Rick
Hello Rick,It contains a flex pipe, clamp, and termination cap.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-02-07

Is this cabinet pellet stove supposed to include ash pans? If not, do you sell the ash pans pictured on the underside of the pellet hopper door's sticker?

Asked by: George
There was a change made after the completion of the manual. This part does not come with the unit and we do not have any available. We apologize for any confusion.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-01-28

what is the maximum cfm of the convection blower or room fan of the cabinet pellet stove

Asked by: john
That is 150 John. Thank you.
Answered by: GHPGroupInc
Date published: 2014-01-17
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