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Parts for Intrepid model 1302?

Post in 'Vermont Castings & CDW Dutchwest older Models' started by MikoDel, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. MikoDel

    MikoDel Member

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    Hey there. I posted a thread here because I imagine not everyone goes to the Wanted/ForSale section unless they WANT something or want TO SELL. I posted there as well.

    I need a griddle for an Intrepid. My first choice would be an original part from an old stove, not a newly manufactured replacement part. Please let me know if you can help.

    Thanks so much!

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  2. defiant3

    defiant3 Feeling the Heat

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    grahamthestoveman.com if you must have a used part, he's the guy.
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  3. MikoDel

    MikoDel Member

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    Here's what I'm doing in the meantime, while waiting to see if my local welder can pull off the fix...
    It's a Calphalon griddle, with a 25lb weight, and water added as needed! Thank heavens for smokeless top loading. If I keep the doors closed and the air shutter wide open, I get zero smoke smell in the room.

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  4. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    For $65 you can get one from Black Swan which is no different than the one you have. These aren't antiques. A new griddle is no different than the old griddle.
    http://www.blackswanhome.com/product/griddle-intrepid-ii-resolute-acclaim

    I can see the fire from the top portion of the stove. This means the stove will not burn right and you will get smoke in the room as the fire dies out and the draft decreases. I am also assuming you are not closing the damper to burn the stove? This will mean very hot pipe/liner temps and possible additional damage to your stove.

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