Help identify Old Blaze King

40below Posted By 40below, Jul 10, 2013 at 5:37 PM

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  1. 40below

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    I have inherited an old Blaze King Wood stove. Can anyone help identify this. The back side has some controls on it. Thats it. No plates or markings. Blaze King.JPG Blaze King Back.JPG
     
  2. jeff_t

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    Doesn't look like it has a cat, so my guess is KT302. KT302J actually, without the blower. It looks to be in really nice condition.

    You can download olds manuals here http://www.blazeking.com/EN/old-manual.html

    Welcome, by the way.
     
  3. 40below

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    Thanks! I have the blower. I took it off to move it through a narrow area. Does a wood stove have to be EPA certified to use it?
     
  4. Heatsource

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    Depends on your local regulations.
    A call to the county building department may be in order....If you want to get a permit/etc.
     
  5. wazzu

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    In Fairbanks, I would not imagine you need to get a permit. I don not believe Alaska has any regs about having to be EPA to install. Nice stove. Start getting a dry supply of wood now to be ready.
     
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