Blower needed for unknown Fisher model

Post in 'Fisher Stove Information, Parts, History and More' started by pelam123, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. pelam123

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    I have a (what looks to be a newer) Honey bear with a heat chamber in the back and the exaust out the top. is there a ducted fan assembaly for this? or am I to make my own?
     

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    The stove should have a tag on pedestal or the stove side if it's a 4 legged model.
    Once you're sure it's a Honey Bear, you can go to one of Camfan's posts and click "start a conversation" in his avatar off to the left. This will send him a private message just like typing in the posting box here in the forum. He has them new in black or brown. It mounts across the bottom of shield in the back.

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    Thank you Coaly. After further investigation I beleive I have a "grandma" It has no markings at all. But it is 20" wide and has two doors, no window.
    Is camfan still the place to look?
     
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    I pulled your post from the Honey Bear thread it was posted on and started a new thread.

    Pictures are needed to ascertain what model you have first.
     
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    Like Coaly said pictures would help. If you measured the top and it was 20" wide it would not be a Gma. they are 25"-25 1/2. I made a stove that used parts from a baby and honey bear. I do not have my honey bear books here. But the top I used was 24"x25" the back was 221/2 wide so either could have been the width. A papa was 20" wide but a single door. If you give Coaly pictures he will know more than me about it.
     

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