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Country Flame 02 Stove CL Purchase

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by 930dreamer, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. 930dreamer

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    I picked up this JAN1990 stove today for $175. It needs a new piece of glass and the two blowers will need a looking over. Very nice plate steel that needs a good cleaning and repaint.

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    Always loved those door handles, Squire made some like that as well.

    How is the firebox? Does it have a cat in it?
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    Just reading the owners manual, will need to check on the Cat. A new one is $230.
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    I'm finally back in town with my new to me stove. Having use of a forklift is a great thing. Not sure what happened to the Cat cover? Some quick work in the blast cabinet did wonders for the door.
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    Some more work on the stove today.
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    The Cat holder is bent/melted also so a new one is in order. I'm not sure what's the difference on the three deflectors below?

    1.Catalyst 7" Round $225
    2.Catalyst Holder 7" Round $65
    3. O2 Catalytic Deflector $69
    4. Deflector Shield, Stainless Steel $115 ??
    5. Stainless Steel Deflector Shield $86 ??
    6. 17.375" x 8.5" Glass (shipped with R0082 Gasket) $130
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    mellow Resident Stove Connoisseur

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    Part #: PP-516 is the picture that I posted. They do not carry parts from that old of a stove as they bought out the assets of CF and only stock parts for the new stoves. Sometimes some of the newer parts however will fit an older stove.
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    All the parts I listed go to the CF-02 stove.
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    I ordered a new piece of glass Saturday, should be here this weekend. Is the gasket the rope type door seal or something else? The door had some type of sealer on it when I was cleaning it up. Is the glass installed with a sealer? I'll have to wait for the new Cat and holder.Thanks for all the help.
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    Glass will have a gasket that sandwiches around it, then you have 8 points on that door that should have brackets that are screwed in to hold the glass. Door gasket should be just generic rope gasket, you can take and old piece with you to figure out what size you need to get to a local stove shop.
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    The new door glass has arrived. Time permitting Saturday I'll install and maybe set the paint.

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    Gently tighten the glass clips. You just want them to snug up the gasket.
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    This didn't work out so well. I think the glass is too small as it won't stay in place, it just slides down into the bottom of the door.

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    Is this pyroceram or neoceram? Neoceram is 2mm thicker.
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    It doesn't say. Should there be that much gap around the glass?
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    No it looks like it's undersized by about 1/4". Is this factory replacement glass?
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    I ordered it from the "Fireplace & Chimney Store" online.
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    This was one of my fears ordering glass online. Call around and see if you have a local place, I took and traced out my cracked glass and took it to a local glass place that cut a piece of neoceram spot dead on.

    Also do no use it with that missing bracket on the right, should be easy to fab up another bracket and find the screws at Lowes or Ace hardware.
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    I'll check out the local glass shops, I picked up (8) 8-32 hex headed bolts and fabbed up the lost bracket. I knew someone would catch the missing bracket. I still need a new door seal. Thanks everyone.
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    The stove door went to the local glass store today. They stated it was 3/4" short all around and they don't use glass that thin. The place I bought it from actually called back and wants me to measure it (their glass) and get back to them. I'll pick up the door/glass tomorrow and post some pics.
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    Sometimes it pays to keep it local.
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    It sounds like the glass shop sold you 3mm pyroceram instead of 5 mm neoceram.
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    Here's the new glass installed with the internet glass on top. The internet company that the glass came from stated we don't have that pattern, return it with a pattern and we'll send a new one out.

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    Wow, those corners are way off. This is why I only recommend one online glass company and generally agree one is better off getting this done locally if possible.

    The new one looks good. Are you all set to fire it up?

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