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Something missing in this picture???

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by yukiginger, Jul 7, 2006.

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  1. yukiginger

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  2. wg_bent

    wg_bent Minister of Fire

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    That's not a good situation at all!!!
  3. MountainStoveGuy

    MountainStoveGuy New Member

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    No it shure isnt, without the legs i bet he has some dried out carbonized wood down below that hearthpad.
  4. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg Guest

    I think the last wood Vigilant II was manufactures in 1988 and almost all had glass doors the
    There was a Vigliant IA made up till 1992 combo wood coal all Vigilants made after 1992 are strictly coal burning stoves


    I wonder about the bottom castings and steel no air space to dissipate heat
  5. Metal

    Metal Minister of Fire

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    I don't know which is more ridiculous, the installation, or the little dog coats they are trying to sell?
  6. cbrodsky

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    Got to love the wording - it was installed in 1999 - could simply mean that this current installation you are looking at was performed in 1999 after 10-20 years of use by someone before him. Technically, he hasn't lied :)

    Wow it would sure be something to look under that brick...

    -Colin
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