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Trying to identify our wood fp insert

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by rjsdotorg, Nov 18, 2010.

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  1. rjsdotorg

    rjsdotorg New Member

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    A label on the inside references firing tips for American, Colonial, Woodmaster and
    Bostonian models.
    Reads "Heritage" in front brass.
    Pic here too:
    photo

    Thanks all,
    Ray

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  2. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    It appears to be a Heritage 2500C EPA certified catalytic insert. I don't know it they are still in business but it was made by:

    Heritage Stoves Inc.
    352 South Main Street Clearfield , UT 84015
    801-773-8606
  3. rjsdotorg

    rjsdotorg New Member

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    Thanks!
    I saw that listing Googling before,
    Heritage Stoves Inc.
    Bostonian 2500 C (Insert) 10600-22300 Catalytic
    American 2000C 13600-33800 Catalytic
    Bostonian 2500C 9600-37300 Catalytic
    but wondered if it was them, and about the model. I don't think it's catalytic; it only has the "air injection" tubes above the fire, and no catalyst honeycomb etc. Or, maybe it's missing.

    That address appears now to be
    Clearfield Manufacturing - CM Steel
    352 South Main Street
    Clearfield, UT 84015-1799
    (801) 825-2131

    I'll call them tomorrow and see.
    I successfully rebuilt the blowers, so it runs OK. Just vainly hoping for a manual ;-)


    Best,
    Ray
  4. Guy Nelson

    Guy Nelson New Member

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    Looking for some help, trying to find a motor for this insert, any ideas?
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