The Country Flame Little Rascal wood pellet biomass stove has the latest in wood pellet stove technology and ready to handle the toughest fuel out there. This biomass stove is compact in size yet will heat up your home like the big boys. State of the art electronics along with a complete diagnostic center will give you the information needed to operate your Little Rascal with ease. Lighting the fuel is a breeze with the on-board auto ignition system.
The Country Flame Little Rascal is available in black, gold and brushed nickel door and leg finishes to fit your exact décor. If you are looking for a perfect price on a time tested Wood Pellet Stove then the Little Rascal is just right for you. Start saving on your heating bills today by adding the LR-01 Little Rascal to your home.
STYLES / SPECS
FEATURES / BENEFITS
- 99% Efficiency
- Maximum Heating Capacity: 40,500 BTU
- Heavy Gauge Steel Construction
- 275 Pounds
- Burn Rate Pellet Fuel: 1.1 lbs – 5 lbs per Hour
- Hopper Size 45 pounds
- Black, Gold or Nickel Door & Leg Options
- Electronic/Automatic Ignition
- IntelliChoice™ Touch Pad Control
- 5 Heating Level Settings
- Air Wash Equipped for Cleaner Glass
- Room Air Blower Standard
- Mobile Home and Alcove Approved
- Thermostat Ready
The Country Flame Little Rascal is an economical priced wood pellet stove that will certainly take care of your supplementary or whole house heating needs. The great looks of this little powerhouse will impress you and its heating ability in such a compact design will amaze you. Put the Little Rascal to work for you today and enjoy the savings and the warmth.
|• Daily:||Clean top heat exchangers, clean firepot, empty ashes, fill fuel hopper|
|• Daily:||Pull draft slide out all the way and push it in all the way. Then reset slide to original position|
|• Weekly:||Clean fly ash behind all clean out slides|
|• Weekly:||Clean firebox area, vacuum out hopper|
|• Weekly:||After glass cools wipe with damp cloth|
|• Monthly:||Remove firepot and check that the air holes are all open|
|• Monthly:||Check back cabinet for fines, vacuum if needed|
|• Monthly:||Clean exhaust pipes, tees, check connections|
|• Yearly:||Empty hopper of all fuel, vacuum out and lightly oil|
|• Yearly:||Vacuum out back cabinet, take care of any rust spots|
|• Yearly:||Vacuum all electrical motors of dust|
|• Yearly:||Clean and check venting and air intake, replace if needed|
|• Yearly:||Clean and lightly oil all interior firebox surfaces|
Warranty information: Country Flame Little Rascal model LR-01– 5-year warranty on structural components, 1-year warranty on electrical components Your Country Flame Little Rascal comes with the best warranty in the industry. American Energy Systems feels that the best warranty is the one that does not need to be used. With that in mind, they set out to build the best product possible.
Is it less expensive to burn corn or wood pellets?
If you are going to purchase both kinds of fuel, and depending upon where you live, both types of fuel can be very close in price. For the farmer who harvests corn and has a plentiful supply, the corn stove becomes very economical.
Do your stoves require electricity?
Yes. Country Flame appliances need electricity in order to work. If you want to run your corn stove during power outages, you will need to purchase a battery backup and inverter. These can be purchased at local retailers such as Best Buy and Circuit City.
Do your Flex-fuel stoves have an ash pan?
Yes. The Country Flame line of Corn, Wood Pellet, Flex-fuel Stoves have convenient lift-out ash pans.
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.
What would cause my stove to make my house smell like smoke?
Unlike wood stoves that work by natural draft, Country Flame Flex-fuel Stoves work by a forced air, vacuum system. In order for your stove to work properly, the venting system must be completely sealed so it will vent the smoke outside. If you are experiencing smoke smell, your venting may not have been completely sealed when installed. If this is not the case, the chimney could be blocked, or the door may not have been adjusted correctly during installation and sealed properly, or the door seal gasket may need to be replaced. You will need to contact your local dealer or installer to correct this problem.
When I press the ON/OFF button to start my stove, the light turns green but in a few seconds the control board goes into the “highway patrol” mode. What is the problem?
This usually means that the control board senses no vacuum present. The vacuum line may be plugged with ash between the vacuum switch and the exhaust blower. First, try cleaning the stove. Before cleaning, DISCONNECT POWER CORD. Clean the nipple on the exhaust blower (remove orange rubber hose) with an uncoiled paper clip (should go into the nipple approximately one inch). Next, try cleaning the exhaust blower and check your venting to see if something may have plugged the venting. Next, check the wiring between the control board and vacuum switch. If this does not work, then the vacuum switch, exhaust blower, or control board may be bad. Please contact your local Country Flame dealer or installer to help.
Why does my stove sometimes go out when it’s on the lowest setting?
You could be giving your stove too much air. Slide in the adjustable air control underneath the hearth extension at 1/4″ intervals to slow down the air flow until you reach the desired results. Or it could be that your firepot needs to be cleaned, or there is blockage in the feed system (auger). If these are not the cause, the setscrew on the auger shaft connecting the auger to the auger motor could be loose. Your local Country Flame Dealer can help you.
My stove is turned off but the exhaust blower came on and ran for a while. What’s up?
If there is a brief interruption in your electricity, the exhaust blower will come on for ten minutes and then shut off. This is a safety feature built into the stove. The exhaust fan removes any un-burnt gas from the firebox. If you don’t use your pellet stove for long periods, unplug it so the exhaust fan will not come on.
My stove doesn’t seem to burn as well as it did at first. The fire is very lazy even with the air adjustment control all the way open. What is the problem?
Your firepot or burn pot is probably plugged. Also, there could be a buildup in the chimney pipe or venting. Refer to the owner’s manual for proper cleaning and maintenance of your stove.
If I let my stove run out of corn, do I have to prime the auger again?
Yes. To prime the auger shaft, hold in the on/off button for 15 seconds or until the auger light starts flashing green. When corn begins to drop into the firepot, press the on/off button again for five seconds to turn off the prime mode. Now re-start the stove by holding the on/off button for five seconds until the on/off light turns green.
Why doesn’t my control board light up when I plug my stove into an electrical outlet?
The power receptacle may not have proper voltage. The fuse in the pellet stove may have blown or the control board may be bad. Call your local Country Flame Dealer for service.
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