Stove needs ID

Nicklaus05 Posted By Nicklaus05, Oct 12, 2011 at 2:58 PM

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  1. Nicklaus05

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    Hello everyone. I am new to the site and very excited to be. It seems that there is a wealth of information on here which will very well serve me as a new burner.

    I do need my stove identified. I took this thing in on a horse trade and have looked everywhere for any markings, stickers, etchings, and have not come up with anything.
     

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    Greetings Nicklaus. No idea. It sure is a stout sucker. That top must be at least 1/2" thick. Did you check the back of the stove for a UL label?
     
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    Interesting old beast. I've no idea just what it is. Looks like provisions for convection around the firebox through an outer shell (intake grills on the sides, outlets up on the step-top). What the heck are those light-colored panels on the sides? And that handle sticking out from the bottom back on the left side? It would be interesting to see some pics of the internal construction/configuration...or at least read a detailed description of what's to be seen in there in terms of combustion airflow through the stove. Rick
     
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    Looks jacketed for sure. I think most everything else is frou frou. Just bling to make it more "attractive" in the home.

    Does the stove have an internal baffle?
     
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    What are those marks or engravings above the front doors...on the steel?
     
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    No UL listing on the back. The "Things" on the side are tiles, to make it more attractive like BeGreen said.

    The stove does not have an internal baffle. The little handle sticking out on the bottom left side is for a fresh air intake (approx. 3" intake).
    I would say that the metal is between 1/4" and 3/8" thick everywhere on this. Fire box is big, can get at least a 20-24 inch log in depending on if I go in diagonal. I am really looking to see what the manufacturer specs are for installation, for insurance purposes.
    I will try to get pictures of the inside and backside when I get home tonight.
     
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