need operationg instructions for vc resolute

zacharytn1 Posted By zacharytn1, Jan 26, 2014 at 9:27 PM

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  1. zacharytn1

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    I have a vc resolute (old style) and cant find the owners manual or op instructions. if you have them or know where to find them that would be great!! thanks
     
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    Are there any special places to clean? I was reading up on the manual and the horizontal burn chambers, how do i know if they are clogged? It looks pretty clean overall, no warpage and everything but the front door latch works smooth. I just push the doors closed together and it seams to seal well
     
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    I also have a 1979 Resolute 2 door model, but I need some parts, the right interior glass is broken, also there is no grate in the floor, just the actual ribbing.
    I can't find a picture showing part numbers etc. that I know would be of great help.
    Thanks
     
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    if your vc resolute is like my 1978 vc defiant those ribs on the floor are the grate. but keep a layer of ash above those ribs for insulation from the extreme heat of the fire and build your fire on the ash. if you don't have one get a thermometer for the stove top and run it about 500 to 600 and you'll be ok.

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  7. dlj

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    Check the re-circulation pathways. Hard to clean but you can get a light in there and look a bit.Is the stove hooked up?

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