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

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  1. davidfaulk

    davidfaulk New Member

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    Can anyone tell me the pipe diameter of the Country Comfort cc300s stove? My stove is missing the adapter plate and I guess I need to have one custom made.

    Thanks, and in return I would like to offer an online manual for the cc300 for anyone who needs it.
    http://www.mediafire.com/?iqp5tzu9apvzrit

    Thanks again!

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  2. cathy54

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    I am currently looking for this manual (Country Comfort CC200), and looks like Follansbee Steel closed its doors in the beginning of 2012. I am looking to replace the fire bricks and repaint it. The manual would be helpful. Could you send or email me a copy. I am happy to reimburse costs. Thanks, Cathy
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    Cathy, can you tell me if the "manual" says anything about this Model (cc200) being "Mobile Home Approved?" I ask because I just bought a used Country Comfort (cc200) a few weeks ago and the local fireplace shop where I live insists on giving them something in writing (for their insurance company) that states this particular model is mobile home approved for installation. They will not install it if I can not come up with this in writing, and since I do not have a Manual for it (which I wish I did, anyway) ... I may not be able to have them do it for me.

    I hope you don't mind looking through the manual and seeing if it says ANYTHING about mobile homes.

    The metal label on the rear of this model does not say anything specific about Mobile Homes.

    Thank you for your help or anyone else on the forum who knows!

    Anita
    antgld@yahoo.com
  4. rasp21

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    I have a Country Comfort model cc160, the smallest model that country comfort made, at least to my knowledge. I have used this stove all winter for 20 years now. These stoves were made very very well made , heavy wall steel. Mine has the blower unit and it will heat my well insulated house with no problem. I close off the bedrooms I am not using, so this stove is heating about 1600 sq. ft.. I have had to replace 3 bricks in 20 years service, and I just replaced the Roxwool insulating blanket on top of the baffle bricks. My stove is a small fire box, it lights off real fast, drafts well, and gets up to a hot temp. quickly. the secondaries lite off fairly quick, I think because of the small firebox. These stoves are a real work horse, and they look good too, clean it and paint it. Your stove actually looks to be in real good shape, from what I can see in your picts. I saw no signs of over firing, but be sure to inspect it very good. Buyer beware. My stove only has 2 controls, not counting the blower fan switch, Primary Air,, and Air Wash for the glass door.. I do not have an O.A.K. but this stove drafts well enough without it. These are a jacketed convection stove, so a fan does help the stove put out the heat. This is all I can tell you about my stove, I hope you have as good use of your stove as mine has given me.. By the way, this stove will absolutely not work without VERY WELL seasoned wood.. It just will not perform without VERY DRY WOOD.. If you try to burn less than dry wood in it, you will be cussing the stove for being no good.. This is my experience with this brand, hope it helps. Looked for my manual, cant put my hands on it.
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    Well, thank you so much for your information. I realize we have different models, but, I will definitely remember what you said about using "very dry" seasoned wood. I have no plans to buy any of the green wood. I spoke with one "wood" seller and he said that if I bought a cord now (in September), it will be completely "seasoned" by November. I did not mention to him that I've been reading on the internet and speaking with wood stove experienced users and they were telling me that wood won't season in 2 or 3 months, that it actually takes a good year to become thoroughly dried out. So, I am careful about who I buy from.

    In the meantime, I will wait for additional responses ... but, thanks again for your great input ... and it's neat that you've used it for 20 years, I believe you said? Now, that is amazing!! :)

    Anita
  7. rasp21

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    A M Anita,, I found my original owners manual for the Country Comfort model CC160. It clearly says on the second page,, "This appliance is approved for use in Mobile Homes[ U.S. only] And yes, I have used this stove every winter, all winter long for 20 years.. Hope you can find a manual for your model. Good luck. rasp.
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