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Anyone ever heard of a Blue Ridge Mountain Works Model F160A insert?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by ke4rzi, Nov 28, 2008.

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  1. ke4rzi

    ke4rzi New Member

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    I've been using a Buckstove fireplace insert and it's one of the older ones before EPA rating. I do wish this one put out more heat and I'm kind of in the market for a newer EPA approved stove that does not have a catalytic converter on it. The other day I was listening to my local swap shop radio program and someone had an insert and when I called and got the name and model I've been unable to locate any information on the manufacturer or model. If anyone knows anything about this brand and model I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks

    Ben

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  2. DeePee

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    I did a bit of poking around and someone had posted that Blue Ridge Stoves went out of business 20 years ago. Searching for 'Blue Ridge Stove' will bring up some stove shops selling parts.

    DP
  3. ke4rzi

    ke4rzi New Member

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    I also found someone saying that Blue Ridge had gone out of business. I'm looking for a newer EPA approved insert that does not have the catalytic. I think I should keep on looking.
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