Fisher Grandma Bear - Maintenance on hinges

Post in 'Fisher Stove Information, Parts, History and More' started by Cadillaccuz, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. Cadillaccuz

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    This should be a relatively easy question. My doors were squeaking upon open and close. No big deal really but I took a door off and noticed some minor surface rusting at the contact points so I used some W-D and a drill with a wire brush to clean of the rust on the hinges and pins. My question is. Is there a specific or preferred type of lubrication at the pins and hinges? I.E. - Teflon powder, Graphite powder, High temp grease (I am doubtful of this but inexperienced) or any others.
    Any help is appreciated.

    I would like to extend a preemptive thank you for advice.
     

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    Hi-temp Grease, Coaly swears by it
     
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