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Steve, I responded to your PM in regards to this. You can respond here or through the PM.
Pretty sure the 0028 is the Encore, since that is the model I have sitting in my kitchen.
That pic looks completely different than how the Vigilant air controls looked. I learned something new about the old VC stoves as I thought the...
Yeah, let's get the cover off and see what's behind it. It should be the same part I linked to in the thread you originally mentioned since, I...
VC has an odd numbering system when it comes to models. Mine is a model number, yours is more of the year it was designed. My Defiant and your...
Could you take a photo that is a little further away so I can better understand the image?
Howdy. Just to be clear, this is the older Defiant with solid cast iron doors, right?
Base price is $2999.
Enamel is another $460.
Rear heat shield is just over $149
Depends upon the insulation, layout, and size of stove.
Yep. Typed larger twice.
A larger stove can provide more heat than a smaller stove. The equinox at 600 puts out more heat than a Fireview at 600.
Not to nitpick, but you have an Intrepid 1302, not an Encore.
You can check with these businesses to see if they have the parts you need:...
Well, part of it is that you have a traditional non-cat stove with burn tubes. It's a pretty straight forward stove, apart from the huge amount of...
I wouldn't worry about keeping the fires small. Burn it like you normally would and repair it over the summer.
First time I've seen an Intrepid...
Why so? I figured the air blowing across the top would be more effective since the top of the stove is always a lot hotter than the sides.
What is the estimated release date for the 3+ cu ft stove?
Yeah, I'd run it as is for the rest of the season.
Interesting. Same burn tube style of re-burn? Anything different on the inside? The Encore will be placed this summer and I am thinking of buying...
Also, what are the side vented panels for on the Englander and does it have a rear heat shield and blower?
Brick in an Intrepid? I had an older model that was around that time period. Mine did not have any brick. In fact, I have never seen an Intrepid...
It comes off really easy.
Any more info on the Englander stove? Does it have a leg option? Pricing? Availability?
That doesn't seem like much considering the size.
I am interested in the hybrid furnace.
My big fireplace has the same thing. There is wood laid in between the stone and throughout the interior of the fireplace.
What Heritage are you referring to?
EDIT: Nevermind. Figured it out. You were referring to the High Valley stove.
The big Bucks require 8" liners.
You sure about that, cuz next week lows are in the single digits, again.
I'm sure your neighbors are thrilled.
That's not the stove's fault.
I burn both. Both types of stoves keep the glass clean and put on a fire show. The cat fire show is different than...