Need Some Advice on Harman DVC500

Need Some Advice on Harman DVC500

PostBy: Woodpecker On: Mon Apr 16, 2007 6:45 pm

I'm soon going to purchase a Harman DVC500. There are three of them in my family running for years and everyone loves 'em; that's good enough for me. But before I visit the dealer I'd like to know a few things.

In May 2007 how much roughly can I expect to spend for a DVC500 installed?

I've got 3 dealers within 50 miles. Do they stay off of one another's territory?

If I order one in May, how long will it take to get one...roughly? In other words, is it a month or 6 months?

Thanks in advance for your help. If you have any other advice for me, I'd like to hear it.

Vic
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Hot Air Coal Stoker Stove: Harman DVC-500
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Re: Need Some Advice on Harman DVC500

PostBy: traderfjp On: Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:18 am

They ran about 500-700 more than my Alaska Channing. I went with the Alaska because we liked the looks/build and it had a smaller foot print. The DVC500 is a good stove too with lots of electronics built in. It also draws cold air from outside, has a heat exchange, a better warranty and is a step up from the Alaska. If I remember right they wanted about 2700.00 without an install.
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Re: Need Some Advice on Harman DVC500

PostBy: Woodpecker On: Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:54 am

Traderfjp,

Thanks. I thought the price would be higher, so this is good news to me.

Vic
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Hot Air Coal Stoker Stove: Harman DVC-500
Coal Size/Type: Rice Anthracite