need help .... which manufacturer and model could be this oven?

Coyote_nb_ca Posted By Coyote_nb_ca, Apr 14, 2013 at 10:32 PM

  1. Coyote_nb_ca

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    Hi,
    catch for little money this oven...​
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    I don't know the first thing about it.
    looking for manual etc
    must be some years old

    make a first fast clean job on it and must bypass the vacuum switch (clean the tube and the hole to the exhaust pipe)
    the last owen bypass the blower switch. will see what my meter say ...

    a first test run show up
    hot airflow feels poor

    i think he was running on blower 100% and feeder on a middle to high position.
    garage (35x15food no isulation) holds on 60F outside 36F

    maybe will make a good 2. stove for the rest from the house..

    thx for any help on it
     
  2. DexterDay

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    It says right on it. It's an Enviro EF II (two).

    It's an insert model. Not freestanding.

    They were known as a good stove. Clean it well. Compressed air, lube motors, and check gaskets.
     
  3. stovelark

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    A very good stove, EF2I parts are readily available, simple to use and maintain. Rated at 35K btu good for about 1200-1500 sqft here in Ct.
     
  4. Coyote_nb_ca

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    hi,

    sounds good for us very thx for your help,
    well see what we do with the insert, maybe give him a good cleanup and some paint sell him and buy a 2. free stand one.

    fred
     
  5. Don2222

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  6. Coyote_nb_ca

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    hi don,

    pls the vacuum hose on the top (low) connection or in the down (high) one ??

    maybe need some parts later ..

    thx
    fred
     
  7. Don2222

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    Most of the pellet stoves use the top low connection.
     
  8. smwilliamson

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    The "i" in EF2i stands for insert, not ignition.
     
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    it could also stand for "itchy"....but I'm gonna agree with Scott on this one.;)
     
  10. smwilliamson

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    They also make the EF3bi which stands for "built in" which was the first and one of the few which are approved for zero clearance
     
  11. Don2222

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    Hey Scott, You need to study your stoves a little more. If you have any questions let me know.

    I rebuild stoves not just fix them!

    FPI = Fire Place Insert

    Enviro EF-2 FS = NO ignitor
    Enviro EF-2i FS does mean Ignitor! ! !

    See my red and blue arrows in the Enviro Info below.

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  12. Don2222

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    No Scott, the EF-3Bi FS stands for Bay View ! ! ! LOL

    Also it is not zero clearance without the optional zero clearance kit
    OPTIONS
    • 24Kt gold door cover.
    • Nickel door cover.
    • Zero clearance kit.
     
  13. Delta-T

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    holy *&^%, Don was right....I shall mark the day.;)
     
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    It helps not only to RTFM but also Read The Sales brochure. Since I am a dealer I tend to do that. LOL
     
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    I think around of beers is needed for this posting lets all drink a look at the ladies
     
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