Is this a buck stove? I need parts.

Jeff bohn Posted By Jeff bohn, Jan 13, 2013 at 8:48 PM

  1. Jeff bohn

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    Looks like a buck stove but the window insert in the doors go sideways,(all pics I've seen are opposite.), and inside door say grandfather?
     

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    I need fan motors, blades, wiring and switches. The 2 holes in the sides for the fans are 5" round.
     
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    not a Buck Stove, but similar. Can you send pics of the holes and location where the blowers go?
     
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    How big is that stove? Know NOTHING about older stoves, but isn't there a grandfather fisher?
     
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    I have 2 5"holes on each side. I hope I can use this as an insert when I get the fans in and wired. image.jpg
     
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    I need 2 blowers that will mount on the side of my wood stove. There are 2 5" holes in each side for the fans. Any ideas where I can find them?
     
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    Thats the closest I've seen to an old buck that isn't. Looks like some frenkenstien buck!
     
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    This blower should work. It is mainly seen on Craft stoves. http://www.servicesales.com/hearth-mount-blower-assembly-p-127.html

    The original configuration on this stove had a separate blower box (hearth blower) that housed the blower assembly and the electrical components (switch, rheostat). The box was connected to the stove by a flexible aluminum duct (4"). The hole on your stove would have had a fitting like the one on the picture below. You can mount the blower directly to the stove without the fitting, but it will stick out quite a bit and you may have to close off the parts of the hole that stick out past the blower snout. Good luck with whatever you do! craft duct.JPG
     

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