Officially hibernating until the Fall

Xena Posted By Xena, Apr 21, 2008 at 12:05 AM

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  1. Xena

    Xena
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    My stove that is. I did the full cleaning inside/out,
    then ran the brush up the pipe until nothing fell down.
    Temps are warm enough here that my house has been
    staying at 68F at night with no heat on so she's
    shut down until October or whenever it gets cold enough
    to turn it back on.

    Only issues I had this year:
    I had to replace the room air blower motor
    back in February. Ordered with a cc over the phone from
    Fire-Mart LLC in Seekonk, MA. They didn't have it in stock
    but they arranged for it to be shipped to me from St Croix.
    I had it in a week and installed it myself. Was very simple.
    My bad for not reading/following Rods tips. :-S

    Oh, and I got a set of the new all metal refractory panels.
    They look pretty good and best of all they won't crumble
    like the original p.o.s. panels. Here's a couple pics:

    new_stove_panels.jpg
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  2. BrotherBart

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    That looks nice. Now get that scooter out. It's riding time!
     
  3. Xena

    Xena
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    It is riding time yep but I got the stuff to bring her from an 883 to a 1200
    so I'm waiting until this is done to ride. :coolsmile:
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