1. homebrewz

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    This stove belongs to a friend, and they recently cracked the glass. I'm curious as to what it is, and maybe I can help them find a replacement. Its a medium-sized fire brick stove with a built-in blower. The only plate I could find was riveted to the ash lip on the front, and was just a warning label. I'm not even sure its pre-epa as I didn't get a look at the inside.

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    The door looks like a Harman, but I would think it would it somewhere. Somebody will know, I'm sure.
     
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    Bummer about the cracked glass with the etched maple leaves. Is this a Canadian stove?
     
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  4. homebrewz

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    I agree.. its a nice piece of glass, but they will be happy for an inexpensive replacement. If we can't figure out what kind of stove it is, I think they will get a piece custom cut.
     
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    I would just get some ceramic glass custom cut. If there are no local shops, these folks can do it for them: www.onedayglass.com
     
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    One last try. Can anyone ID that stove?
     
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    I have a friend with that stove in his shop. It was given to him by his niece. There is no name or info anywhere on the stove, sorry.
     
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    Better'n Ben 901. I have one in my basement.
     
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    Thanks for the id pj!
     
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    Thanks for that! Not much coming up in image search for that model, but a grainy photo of an insert on a website looks like what they have.
     
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