Accentra 2 thread question

Dontilgon Posted By Dontilgon, Nov 24, 2017 at 4:00 PM

  1. Dontilgon

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    5FE7E6C5-1F31-44F6-8FB7-626A8610ACC8.jpeg Still working on bringing this unit back to life . Hoping to fire it up next week. There are two threaded holes under the ash pan on the bottom of the unit . Are they suppose to be plugged.Reason I ask is my brother as a accenta 1 and his are plugged with bolts.
     
  2. dozerdean

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    Yes mine are plugged also.
     
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  3. bob bare

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    I think they help hold the base on?Not sure,and not gonna flip mine over right now,lol.Yes there are bolts in mine,also.
     
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  4. bob bare

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    OK those holes are for screwing it to a floor,if installed in mobile home or trailer,should be plugged otherwise.
     
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  5. Dontilgon

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    Okay thank you, wonder why they had them out. It was used in a basement. Now to figure out bolt type
     
  6. bob bare

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    Some people screw them to the stove board.Don't know why.
     
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  7. Ssyko

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    Just a thought, if your not going to bolt it down just find decrorative bolts that slide in the holes. Very short and a little rtv just to keep em there
     
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    Would not having the bolts installed make the stove run any different?
     
  9. bob bare

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    Yes can make it run poorly
     
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