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Help I'm renovating a kent wood tile fire heater

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by tiroloca, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. tiroloca

    tiroloca New Member

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    Hello there, I'm new in doing this....I got a kent wood tile fire from the 80 and I'm putting apart for clean it and fix it....can somebody please tell me how to take this piece out...thanks. image.jpg
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  2. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Don't know how to do that. But I like the Tile Fire too much to want to see the rest of that stove. Was it pulled out of a landfill, or what?
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    Hello there....I pull apart my self...here few photos of everything :)....now I'm working in taking away the rust for painted :)
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    This photos is before I pull it apart :)
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    Tiroloca,

    about 20% of IntensiFires have gone into Tile Fires or Sherwoods, it makes a dramatic difference to these stoves as the original design is pretty ordinary.

    To make the conversion you just lose cut the damper out and fill the hole with a bit of exhaust cement. The internal baffle has to come out though and that really takes a gas axe as they are welded in. That baffle arrangement is a dog to clean out, often I hear from people that have them completely choked up with ash.

    They seem a pretty well made stove though.
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    I clean it and weld it....I'm not sure how to do what you recommend to do...but I will see how it does and try to do more research in how to take away that part....here is how is looking so far :)
    Tomorrow I will start to paint it :)
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    New update how is going :)
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