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Profile 30 lift bar disconnected

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bighornram, Dec 13, 2007.

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  1. bighornram

    bighornram New Member

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    The pull lever has become disconnected from the heat tubes. (2 images one of the lever and the other is the bar) How can I reattach this lever to the bar?
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  2. bighornram

    bighornram New Member

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    bump.

    This board gets tons of posts! Anyone have any idea if this is a one piece part or can the plate be reattached to the rod?
  3. JimWalshin845

    JimWalshin845 New Member

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    I think you might get better results in the pellet forum... this is for wood stoves/inserts.
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    Debc New Member

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    I have the same problem with my Profile 30......I'm thinking we may need to open the stove, and reattach it.....perhaps this summer!
  5. Mr Whitfield

    Mr Whitfield Feeling the Heat

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    Does the rod come completely out of the stove. If it does, You can tread the end of the rod, drill a hole in the tube cleaner . Use a couple nuts to hole the rod to the tube cleaner. One nut in front with the tube cleaner in the middle and a nut on the back. The tube cleaner and rod will stick out a little bit. Just my two cents.
  6. Shane

    Shane Minister of Fire

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    Check your warranty it should be covered. Either way get the Scraper Rod kit from lennox. It comes with a new threaded rod, the nuts to secure it and a special wrench to wind around the heat exchanger tubes. Usually a 15-30 minute repair.
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