What year was this Englander stove made?

imacman Posted By imacman, Feb 13, 2011 at 9:15 PM

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    I am gonna guess 1990.
     
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    Wow....1 1/2 hours, and only 1 guess by BB? C'mon people, give it a shot. :lol:
     
  4. jtakeman

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    I cheated and zoomed in on the label. Looks like 00 to me.
     
  5. Don2222

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    The Englander Model 25-PFS ??

    Well the 24-FC models were made before 2000 and looked more ornate.

    There was a warnock hersey model # 25 pfs and the manfacturer's date was 4/95

    So I would guees somewhere from 1995 to 200x

    Let's see what Mike has to say :)




    Englander Model 25-PFS control panel below:
     

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    whatever year it is, it doesnt have enough buttons and settings to occupy my time on these long cold dark winter nights.

    nothing like passing the winter tinkering with the stove for that 'perfect burn'
     
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    No Guess on the age, but based on the guy's ad, I'd say he was a used car salesman! Either that or he works for Ronco.
     
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    The 25-PFS would be a nice conversation piece but the top flue and only 4 heat exchanger tubes, it probably is not as good as the newer models. That is a good price and in excellent condition.

    The manual shows 2 augers

    http://www.englanderstoves.com/manuals/25-PFS.pdf
     

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    Hi Don,

    If that exchanger design is like the newer PDV and PDVC, the holes only let the air out. The exchanger behind the holes is a flat plate that is likely the top of the fire box. It gives a nice area for the heat transfer.

    It looks like the 25 PDV and PDVC got together and had a kid.
     
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    Hello kofkorn

    Yes, I can see from the pic of a 25PDVC below
     

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    It looks like that stove also has two convection blowers in it or at least one of the stoves in that lineup does.

    I hope Mike gets a chance to check in and leave a comment.
     
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    Definitely pre 1997!
     
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    If it's THAT old it may have been used to keep Baby Jesus warm in the manger!
     
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