Waterford

Post in 'It's a Gas!' started by addrad, Dec 6, 2007.

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  1. addrad

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    Hi everyone,
    I was wondering would I be crazy to buy a Waterford gas stove since they are no longer sold in the US? thanks
     

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  2. bmstove.com

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    Not really. Late model Waterfords used consumables and controls that are relatively universal in nature so maintenance wont be a major issue for things like thermocouples, thermopiles, and even controls. The late model burners were pretty much bulletproof so should be no problems there. Waterford stoves are real nice and I still love to come across a Trinity or Ashling woodburner for resale. I even have a nice brown porcelain Emerald in the showroom. FYI, Lehman's Hardware bought all inventory that FPI had for waterford/stanley so parts might be on hand. I think they have a relationship with Waterford to bring parts in from Ireland if needed as well.

    So, if you get a killer deal on that Waterford GO FOR IT.

    Jack
     
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    im haveing trouble finding parts for a waterford renaisance parts do u have website to go to looking for snap disks for it
    email me a t matchmaker1971@hotmail.com
     
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