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What's in your pellet stove tool bag?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by smwilliamson, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    Here's what is no longer in mine. image.jpg
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  2. iceguy4

    iceguy4 Minister of Fire

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    you are going to regret this....:eek:I always do
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  3. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    I know
  4. Don2222

    Don2222 Minister of Fire

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    Hello

    Why throw away all the wire ties? I cannot fix a Harman Stove without cutting and replacing a wire tie!

    You know Harmans, if the wires are not in the right place, they could get pulled, chopped or burned!
  5. johneh

    johneh Feeling the Heat

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    Hay I have a pile that looks just like that from when I worked on solar
    installations and repairs.
  6. WoodPorn

    WoodPorn Minister of Fire

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    That, my man is a sure sign of a Very busy road tech! I used to have a similar pile of shirt in my bag as well, now I'm in house and everything is nice and neat.

    Oh, my pellet tool bag consists of a 3/4 and 1/2 inch pipe brush, a large screwdriver (doubles as a chisel), a vaccuum, and a box of latex gloves.
  7. FyreBug

    FyreBug Minister of Fire

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    Hey! Do I see my socket set in there? No wonder I couldnt find them anywhere... :eek:
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  8. mralias

    mralias Minister of Fire

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    I'm particularly impressed with the detailed organization and classification of each tool. This isn’t one of those “Where’s Waldo” pictures is it? :eek:
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  9. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Hey how did you get my speed square?

    I wondered where one of them was last summer about this time while building a deck :p.
  10. Lousyweather

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    hm....I see an Advance sprocket there at about 12:30.........looks worn, but that things expen$ive!!!!!!!
  11. Delta-T

    Delta-T Minister of Fire

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    i especially like your collection of bushings...hold on to those, scrap metal is heating up! (a lil stove humor there..."heating up").
  12. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    This picture was taken after I tossed all of the igniters, snap switches and motor parts in my parts box. I save those. The rest of this pile will get sorted tonight. I bet there is $100 worth of stainless screws in that pile.
  13. joescho

    joescho Feeling the Heat

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    I'm not sure if I can call it a tool bag.


    tools1.JPG






    Its a cheapo $9.00 Homer Depot orange tool box with a bunch of brushes, a mirror, a screwdriver, a home-made hose attachment (to get in the small places). The large white brush is a pretty useful one for the heat exchangers because it has a big handle and its kind of stiff.





    tools2.JPG

    I also have an old flanner sheet (I also use one of those movers blankets) so I don't scratch the floor. The little table is something I built so I can either use it as a stool, or its the exact height as the hearth and if I need to slide the insert out, it can rest on the little table without falling out of the fireplace.


    Anyway, that's what I use for my cleanings.
  14. Don2222

    Don2222 Minister of Fire

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    Nice stuff. Can I send you out on a service call? :)
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    joescho Feeling the Heat

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    That could be our new scam....

    You send me out - I break stuff, you come along and fix... We split the money!!;)
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    Why is it that the only time you need something is after you pitched it? ;em
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    iceguy4 Minister of Fire

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    Not sure...think its one of those "laws of nature"...Like "what goes up must come down on the greener grass on the other side...if the force is equal and opposite":confused:
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    ...he's a professional
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    ???:(
  20. WoodPorn

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    OK then....Angry, ...Party of one, your table is ready!


    I find it a bit funny that your room mate used the same caps lock that's been used on your previous posts...

    And for your room mate (maybe) Yes, I am a professional, a multi licensed professional.
    You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who knocks the Englander brand, do your research before you unleash your virtual verbal diarreah.
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    St_Earl Minister of Fire

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    lmao!

    from another thread -
    maybe he should have spent an extra couple hundred bucks and bought a house.
    living with room mates is a cheap, poor way to go.
    but the price point is low.
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  22. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    I will make a motion to have "mattyice5290" banned for ruining our family show atmosphere...unless of coarse it's just that troublesome roommate again dosh garn it.
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    Justin M Feeling the Heat

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    He has been reported and action has been taken. Thanks mods.:)
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    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks for the heads up...we shouldn't be hearing any more from this gentleman. Rick
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  25. WoodPorn

    WoodPorn Minister of Fire

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    C'mon Fos...I was just getting warmed up!
    Oh well.....

    S.M.W. see you wed am.

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