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  1. Andy P.

    Andy P. Member

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    Hi everyone. I'm new to stick burning as I lost my pellet pooper in the divorce. I'm trying to figure out what stove I've got so I can do some research on it. Any ideas?

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  2. webbie

    webbie Seasoned Moderator Staff Member

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    Looks like a small production or one-off late 1970's model - there were probably 500 makers at that time.

    I say this for a couple reasons. The door appears to be steel as opposed to cast - and has no name on it. Most all stoves identified themselves. Also, the short handle indicates that it was probably never UL or lab tested.

    Unless anyone also chimes in, I think you have a "generic" there!
  3. mellow

    mellow Resident Stove Connoisseur

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    Looks to be a pre-epa box. See if any markings on the door inside or out if it has no UL tags on it.
  4. Andy P.

    Andy P. Member

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    Thanks guys. No tags and no markings of any kind. There isnt much to it, really just a steel box with a couple air intakes in the door. Seems to run pretty well as far as I can tell so far

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