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  1. N.E.K. - D.D.S.

    Cool old Brick Oven - get it working again

    This is a really cool old fireplace in my dining room. I want to get the brick oven functioning again. The air intake is on the door. The exhaust is through a rectangular channel just above the door opening and there is a damper there (like a typical pizza oven design). In the photo you can see...
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    Help identifying an old Ashley wood stove

    Hey guys, I have an older Ashley Wood Stove I think about the 1980s I saw it on one of their old ads but for days I haven’t been able to figure out what I got or if there are even parts or a manual for it. Also cannot locate any tag on the stove with model or any information. Any help...
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    need help identifying old stove

    hello I recently bought a house and in the basement is this old coal stove (at least I think it's a coal stove) it is made by agricola furnace company i have spent the past 2 hours trying to find some information on this and cant find much of anything and there is no pictures of an agricola that...
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    Help- can anyone identify this stove?

    hello all, I am in the market to purchase a small stove for my father, this popped up online today locally for $60.. but I have no idea what it is, and neither does the seller.. anyone have any idea? See pictures attached.
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    New to the sport- terracotta questions

    I have read both a ton of info about some using liners, and some not. Not the question, as we willing be using a stainless liner. We have a terracotta lined fireplace in the basement that is enormous, and we want to add a freestanding wood stove. We had the chimney inspected, and is in good...
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    Help identify my maul

    Hey just wondering if someone could help identify my maul. Picked it up used seems like old steel but the guy didn’t know what it was. It’s heavy and tears up wood but wondering if anyone knew what it was.
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    What type of stove is this?

    Hey everyone, new to the forum here. Just bought my first house. Found this in the garage, would like to use it to heat my shop but don't really know anything about it. What type of stove is this and how do I set it up
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    Old Buffalo Stove ID - New Member

    Hello all! My parents picked up this cool stove a few years back, but we never could find anything on it until now. the paint is chipping off in a few places, but it is all original, no repair welds or cracks, original handles, bolts, and feet. Pretty cool piece for sure. I found this section...
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    Can anyone help with info on an old stove?

    Hi-I just purchased a house that was built in 1943 and I am removing the old stove. I am wondering if anyone has information to share as I'm going to attempt to sell it (if it's worth anything) or give it away to whomever will move it (its pretty freakin heavy!). It measures 34" high, 26" wide...
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    Newbie needs help identifying stove

    Hi everyone! I was hoping to join the club sooner, but my starter house didn't come with so much as a chimney... house number two did, however, along with a wood burning stove! I've been anxious to use this thing and, now that winter is approaching, it's time to know what I have and, more...
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    Harman Accentra: no pressure difference due to failed combustion motor?

    Hi. My Harman Accentra insert worked last year. When I tried to turn it on for the first time this year, neither the feed motor nor the ingitor came on. I pulled out the pressure switch and when i create a small negative pressure at the input I can hear the contacts close and then open again...