Info on an Autocrat

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by pontoon, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. pontoon

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    I recently heard about your forum through a friend and I'm amazed at the information available here. I'm hoping that maybe someone may have some information on my stove.
    I have an Autocrat Corp M2000-FH which I believe is supposed to be a freestanding fireplace / stove. It came with the house when I bought it. The stove is in good working order and I use it quite often as a fireplace. I have a 2000 sf house and it does a good job of heating up two thirds of it. It is quite large with I guess, porcelain outer shell and cast iron doors. It has a blower attached to the back which works although I never use it. From what it looks like, I believe it was probably expensive back in the the day when it was purchased and meant to be a more decorative fixture.
    I'm looking for any history or information anyone may have regarding this unit or the corporation. I tried searching on the internet but only found limited info on the company and nothing on this particular model.
     

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