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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by CMOZAEKO, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    can anyone give me any information on where i can get a manual for this type of stove. just bought a used one and. also where can i get additional parts for it. i am not sure who is the maker of it. any info would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks
    -Cristine

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  2. Roxburyeric

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    Cristine,

    Country Stoves are now owned by Lenox. I didn't see a manual for the stove you have on their web site but try a Dealer as there are several in CT.

    www.lennoxhearthproducts.com

    Hope this helps.
  3. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Which model is this stove?
  4. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    i am not to sure. as soon as i find out i will let youy know. you might think thatr is crazy but we are buying it from someone. i will ask them for it today and get back to you.
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    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    the model # is cc200 by country comfort. can anyone let me know where i can get any info on this stove as lennox cannot help me when i called them.
  6. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    can anyone help?
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    raybonz Minister of Fire

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    Online search revealed nothing.. Lenox has to come through on this one...

    Ray
  8. swestall

    swestall Minister of Fire

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    Dean's in Plainville, CT has Lennox, they may have knowledge in the shop on this.
  9. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    i have tried with lennox and and they have told me more than once that they dont have any info on the stove. and i am not sure if deans would have anyinfo and this stiove was built in 1986. i didnt think that this would be so hard to find and get the info. my husban and i are not to sure how to run this stove and dont want to burn the house down either. do all wood stoves kinda run the same? not even sure if the stove is non catalytic or catalitic... is there a way to tell? so many questions so little answers
  10. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    No, Country Comfort is not Country.

    Country Comfort was made my a company in Ohio called Orville Products.

    They stopped making these. I found this message on another board:
    When Orville Products, the manufacturer of both Country Comfort & Comfortec closed their doors, Follansbee Steel,a sister company, assumed the inventory of parts for warranty and service.

    800-624-6906
    M-F 7-3
    DAN

    Let us know if that gets you anywhere....
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    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    thanks i will try and call them tommorrow. will let you know
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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    I think you are SOL on a manual for the stove Cristine. What parts are you needing for it? As to how to burn the stove Craig and some of us old farts here can probably get you as close on that as anything. The key concern is the condition of the stove and how you have it installed.

    Hit us with some pictures of it.
  13. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    ok i got the pictures but i cannot load them to the this site
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    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    ok here are the pics.

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    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah, that's a country comfort all right.
    Here is a pic of their big insert...

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  16. CMOZAEKO

    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    so now what?

    my husband and i are not to sure how to run this stove and dont want to burn the house down either. do all wood stoves kinda run the same? not even sure if the stove is non catalytic or catalitic… is there a way to tell? so many questions so little answers also how do we run it? VERY NEW at this wood stove stuff.
  17. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Pretty much they run similar - that is a relatively modern unit.
    First determine if it is cat model. I can't see the label close enough - do you see a model #?

    Look at the area in the upper part of the firebox....if the unit is a catalytic, then there will be two things:
    1. A bypass level of some sort which need to be pulled when the unit is loaded and started
    2. A place where the catalytic sits - usually round, although some are rectangle. If the cat exists in there, you will see it - it has a honeycomb look.

    My friend Josh, who owns:
    http://www.hearthandpatiostore.com/

    his family used to sell that brand. If you email him and be really, really nice....who know, maybe he can identify the model (email pic) and also may have a manual laying around.
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    here is a picture of the top of the fire box model #cc200 or on the dorr it said CC2001 or i

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    CMOZAEKO New Member

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    so what am i looking at in the pic i attached in my previous post?
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    called Follansbee Steel and spoke to dan and he has a manual and will be sending it to me in the mail!!! Yippeeeeeeeeee. also so what am i looking at in the pic i attached in my previous post?
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    Looks to be a non-catalytic stove. I can't tell from the pic, is there a row of holes in the piece that runs down the centre of the baffle?

    If there are holes in the centre channel, then is is likely a clean burning advanced combustion stove.

    Here's a video to watch on advanced combustion stoves.
    http://www.ec.gc.ca/cleanair-airpur...ood_stove_operation_video-WS8011CD70-1_En.htm
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    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah, that's it. You are looking at a stainless baffle that was in the CC brand. You will be happy with this stove (I think).

    That's amazing that we were able to track that one down! Did you get the model number?
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    Thanks for the link above, the model number is Country Comfort CC200. Does anyone have a ballpark figure of what the MSRP woulb be? I just want to know if i got ripped off or a good deal, LOL. Now we are in the hunt for wood, We have time though we are not installing until spring.
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    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    They were fairly expensive - my guess is about $1200 back when.
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    i just wanted to sa THANK YOU for all the help that this forum has given me in trying to figure out the stove that i have. this site will DEFINITELY be a bookmark on my PC!!!

    -Cristine

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