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Looking for info on Jamestown J2000

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by jadegb, Nov 25, 2007.

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  1. jadegb

    jadegb New Member

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    Anyone out there own a stove like this? Just looking for some info on some of the noises it makes and wondering if anyone knows a decent place to get parts.

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  2. Gooserider

    Gooserider Mod Emeritus

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    Can you give any more info, such as stove type (pellet, cordwood, other?) when you think it was made, and ideally a picture?

    Gooserider
  3. Corie

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    Its a medium sized pellet stove made sometime in the late 90's I would imagine. I owned the larger model, so if you describe noises I might be able to help. As far as parts though, you'll have to wait for the other pellet people to chime in or google it.
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    It is a J2000 made around 1992 and the noise seems to be coming from the fan near the circuit boards. I feel a bit like click and clack here but the noise sounds like a small winding rattle that, over time, graduates to a full blown whistle.

    Thanks in advance.
  5. Corie

    Corie Minister of Fire

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    Forgive me, because I don't exactly remember what components they use, but is it a blower that requires periodic oiling? Hinge open the side cover and take a peak to see if there are oil ports for the blower.
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    Hi Corie------I looked and there are no oil ports. I was able to see that the motor is made by dayton and the model # is 4C442. Hoping that you can still help.

    Thanks!
  7. Corie

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    Well I know at least one place you can buy that motor, but that is a stock grainger number as well. You'll have no trouble finding a replacement. We use that blower in one of our stoves, so you know you can always get it from us.
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    Thanks for the help Corie, I thought it was a pellet stove, but wasn't sure. Now that I know, I've bumped the thread over to the Pellet Mill, hopefully the folks there will be even more helpful.

    Gooserider
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