napoleon 1100c

mepellet Posted By mepellet, Apr 7, 2013 at 11:41 AM

  1. mepellet

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    Thanks!
     
  2. mepellet

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    I will add that to the list. Going to use double wall selkirk supervent.
     
  3. mepellet

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    Found out that the stove is being stored in a barn currently. Anything I should look at in particular. It was not used this past winter. Rust?
     
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    We had some light surface rust on ours once we took out the fire bricks because our friends didn't use it for a season too and stored it in the garage. We used some rust remover and painted it with stove paint, good as new :)
     
  6. mepellet

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    I picked the stove up this week. There was VERY light rust in a couple spots. Not bad at all.
     
  7. mepellet

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    Couple questions about the 1100c.

    There is a manifold guard that goes on the bottom of the secondary tube. Between the guard and the tube, there is a gasket. I thought I read on here in one of the threads that the gasket isn't needed. Anyone know?

    Some of the firebricks feel a lot lighter than others. Are They all standard firebricks or are some of them a different material?
     

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