Introduced in 2001 as the US Stove Company’s first multi-fuel stove, the 6041i model has become one of the most advanced and sophisticated heating appliances on the market today. An incredible and versatile stove, the 6041i can burn wood pellets, corn, soy beans, cherry and olive pits, bio mass fuel grains and even processed silage. That’ right, if you have it, this stove can probably burn it with very little adjustments needed.
The US Stove Company manufactures this stove with the ease of the consumer in mind. It has a five speed blower setting to allow you easy adjustments in your home. It also sports a digital control board with built in diagnostics and easy to read LED readouts. This makes testing, start up, and operation just as easy a pushing a button. It also has a large viewing window so you can see the beautiful fire, and it has been approved for mobile and modular homes.
- Installation materials are NOT included (i.e. floor protector and PL vent exhaust system)
- 5 blower speed settings allow easy adjustments to fit your home
- Digital control board with built-in diagnostics and LED readouts make testing, startup, and operation a breeze with just a touch of a button
- Burns wood pellets, corn, soy beans, cherry pits, olive pits, and other compressed biomass fuels
- Burn pot agitator to prevent clinker buildup and provide a more complete burn Removable ash pan
- New fuel feed system eliminates burn back and allows the use of non-premium fuels Air wash glass
- 5 heat settings allow the ability to adjust to your heating needs
- Large viewing window
- Approved for mobile and modular homes
- Available for sale in California
- Does not respond to a digital thermostat
Capacities Amounts Fuel Pellet/Corn Heating Capacity 1,000 - 2,000 Sq. Ft. Pellet Capacity 60 lbs. BTU Range 18,525 - 52,300 Depth w/o blower 31" Width 44.25" Height 32" Weight 320 lbs.
SKU 3340440 Model 6041i Weight 385.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $1,649.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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- us stove 6041I Review by Gil
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Disappointed with US stove 6041I. I purchased it 4 years ago and only have had problems with it since the beginning. I have already replaced the igniter, the auger, the outside exhaust blower, inside blower.
(Posted on 2/5/2016)
- Caught on fire!!!! Review by Brian Meyer
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I own 2 US pellet stoves they are both junk! One of them the vent motor went out within 1 year and the other well that is a different story. It was February 4th 2 years ago. I woke up out of bed to fire alarms going off. I walked into the room the stove was in and noticed all the smoke was rolling out of the pellet hopper. Apparently when the auger motor sheared a pin the fire went back up into the hopper. So I loaded up my 3 small children in a car and drove them to my parents house at 4:30 in the morning. The next day I called US Stove and they said they couldn't do anything! Well that is great customer service So now i have some scrap metal in my barn from to junk stoves. Thank You Brian Meyer
(Posted on 10/19/2015)
- This stove needs tweeking. Review by Chris
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We first bought this stove last November. Had issues right from the start with pellets not dropping. And then auger jamming. We kept calling company. Had us run diagnostics. Seem to not want to help. Gave us number of repairman. Called,and was told they don't even service US stoves. Ugh. Had to figure out on our own. Jammed 3 more times before Winter was over. The cording around glass on door wore off.
Fixed that before we tried using it this year. Husband cleaned out stove. Made sure we had no jams. Tried to start it again, no pellets dropping. Company said they've had trouble with this model. They did replace stove with another one. Arrived today. So we shall see how it works. If it gives us any trouble within the first month, we are asking for monies back and will buy an Harman.
(Posted on 11/5/2014)
- excellent stove Review by jer
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Does an awesome job. Heats our entire main level and upstairs (4500sq ft). Very happy with the purchase. Customer service for Rural king and US stove is exceptional. Couldn't be happier. Was not happy with the shipping department or the manager when I called though. All service after receiving the stove was great.
(Posted on 2/19/2014)
- US Stove 6041i pellet stove insert. Review by Kenny Jones
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Rural King has this stove priced right and I had it shipped via inner city truck. Shipping cost were not that bad. The stove itself is well designed and went together with ease. This stove is heavy and needs a few people to move. I purchased a chiminey kit to aid in the install. I caulked all pipe joints with Hi-Temp red RTV. I started the stove and ran it for 1/2 hour and it started easly. We did see some smoke come off the stove and we were for warned this would happen from the owners manual. This stove really puts put a great deal of heat. Time will tell as the cooler weather moves in. I am hoping it will run for quite a while on one fill. Loading the pellets is a bit tricky as you have to load some then stop and push them to the rear of the hopper. No big deal for me.
(Posted on 9/20/2013)
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Product QuestionsDoes this unit have an automatic on/shut off option, that is programmable with a digital thermostat?Can I place this stove in my existing fireplace opening and use the existing chimney? Or, is some kind of a power vent required?Do you offer an installation kit for the US Stove American Harvest Corn and Pellet Stove Fireplace Insert 6041i ?
Question by: Jeremy on Nov 2, 2014 6:18:24 PMHello,
I have spoke with the manufacturer and this is what they have said:
It depends on what the customers definition of “direct vent” is. In the heating world, direct vent means a balanced flue design where fresh air and combustion gases share coaxial or collinear venting. In the case of the 6041, that is not an option, so NO. My experience with this model, some may try to vent directly out the back of the chimney and may call that “direct vent”. In this case, yes, but it is recommended, once out, the venting make a vertical rise of at least 4 ft.
If you have any other questions please ask!
Have a great day!
RuralKing.comAnswer by: D.J. (Admin) on Nov 2, 2014 6:18:24 PM