Every wood or coal stove or furnace manufactured to date is not totally efficient. This means that heat which could be utilized is going up each and every chimney. The MH6 is designed to utilize a part of that lost heat and yet lets enough heat pass through the chimney so cresote and soot formation is avoided. The MH6 has a quiet dependable fan that promotes heat circulation to improve overall efficiency. Heavy-gauge outer box and heat tubes provide durability and long lasting performance.
SKU 3340437 Model MH6 Weight 12.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $119.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Wasted Money $$$$$$ Review by Todd Maraugha
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I installed this blower in DEC 2014 its now Feb 2015 and it has stopped working I purchased the 8" model for around 120 $ Rural King wouldn't exchange it or refund my money The manufacturer wants it in the original package long story short I should have thrown the 120 $ in the wood burner
(Posted on 2/24/2015)
- Miracle??? Not even a miniature blessing. Review by Jeff
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I know my expectations were a little high, because (as everybody knows) a great deal of heat goes right up the stove pipe. So anything called "Heat Reclaimer" made me think I would stop sending all that heat up and away. Well... bad on me. I probably should have read more reviews before spending that much on a "maybe". It really has no noticeable contribution to heating up a small insulated area. I agree with the other reviewer, don't waste your money.
(Posted on 12/4/2014)
- Piece of junk Review by Donna Carter
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The blower in this probably does not even blow 5' from your stove. It's made in China. Supposed to fit 6" pipe and that was a big struggle. Don't waster your money. Save it for one that works
(Posted on 11/15/2014)
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Product QuestionsThe owners manual for my Miracle Heat waste heat reclaimer directs me to oil the blower motor with two drops of 20 wt motor oil in two holes. I removed the motor and there are no holes to accept oil. The motor is noisy until it warms up some. Do I have an oddball motor? Please advise how I can lubricate this motor as I feel it will fail prematurely. thank you Paul GerstI have a single wall 6 inch pipe that comes up from my stove, through a box, for the ceiling, then single wall going through the bedroom. The pipe does get very hot, as it is just about 7 ft from the top of the stove. Can this be used further away than the 12 inches that is suggested, and be placed in the upstairs room to heath there??