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  1. mtarbert

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    Greetings,
    I have a Volcano wood burning stove in a house my Wife and I recentlt purchased.
    The product booklet states that it can also be used to burn coal.Problem is : Whenr can I purchase,beg or commindeer
    parts ? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    Mike
     

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  2. joshuaviktor

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    Check ebay.com for my first guess.

    Any other details? Model #, year, anything? Even a picture would be nice. Oh wait. What parts do you need?

    The coal burning stuff, or ???

    Joshua
     
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    Stove is very ancient and they had a very poor coal retrofit. I'd stay away from coal on that unit. Parts could be tough.....probably could get generics from Woodsman to fit, like grates, etc.
     
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    I will get the model number tomorrow (friday) and post it.....as for the year I haven't a clue but, it has an automatic thermostat hooked to a blower and looks very clean. I will be posting soon,
    Mike
     
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    Greetings,
    I have finally gotten back online and have more info about my stove......It is a "Volcano 11" made by the Defiance company. It is a stand alone unit with a blower that hooks up to our duct system......any help ?
    Mike
     
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