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Need replacement handles for Dutchwest

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by dyerkutn, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. dyerkutn

    dyerkutn Feeling the Heat

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    I have an old Dutchwest India 224 catalytic wood stove and the stems of both brass handles broke and I need to replace them. ANy idea where I can get these?

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    dyerkutn Feeling the Heat

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    Great--thanks for the quick reply- I will do that.
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    dyerkutn Feeling the Heat

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    Great!! and I started exploring your blog--really interesting
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    If you can't find what you need, PM me. I've got old handles all over the place!
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    dyerkutn Feeling the Heat

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    I PM'd you--let me know if you don't recieve it. I am kind of new with this forum stuff.
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    I just thought I would throw in that they are easy to fix. I'm sure that I have fixed all three of mine over the years. Just back the broken thread out (there is a small allen head screw to take out), match it up with a bolt from the hardware store, cut off enough of the threaded bolt, and put her back together. I think I used some blue threadlocker last time I did one. As Craig stated in an earlier post, Black Swan has most of the parts for these older Dutchwest stoves, thats where I ordered a part from and they are good to deal with.

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