Assistance to identify wood stove.

Spud4691 Posted By Spud4691, May 21, 2018 at 12:28 AM

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    Purchased a used wood stove built by Haughs. Appearance looks like S44, however, measures 29 x 22 x 27. Help to identify model would be appreciated.[​IMG]
     
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    Tried photos again. Please, let me know if you still can't see them. Thanks again.
     
  4. Jan Pijpelink

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    I think this is a Drolet stove. Model Spark.
     
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    Pretty sure it's a Haughs based on the models listed in the clearances chart and if you magnify the bottom of the label the logo says Haugh's. It looks wider than the Spark too. The Spark could be the little brother or grandson of this stove.

    The S44 is not listed in the clearance chart.

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    Not sure if it will help, but what is the listed Warnock Hersey lab number at the top right? (WH- xxxx)
     
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    Oops, I missed that list.
     
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    S244 has a bottom heat shield and a taller step top. Otherwise similar looking.
     
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    If its a Haugh's and its the smaller version like the s244, the model was the Campbell elite, the larger one being the Cabot elite. I think Haugh's was bought out and became the Century line of heating stoves.
     
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    Not sure why my last post was taken off but im looking for any info as to whom made this fireplace. My father and I want to replace the broken door handle also and i cant find the correct one or will any handle work? It kind of looks like a key slot, can that be taken out and replaced with a different makes handle? Thanks for your time.
     
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    It’s still there.https://hearth.com/talk/threads/help-identify-wood-stove.169022/
     
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    Yes, moved to the classics and identified as a Garrison.
     
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    The Garrison had a very unique key style, distinctive by a G being part of the handle. You could see if Preston Trading Post has one in CT, they've had them in the past...
     
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    Any info on this? Ive tried using the US included in the search but havnt found anything.
     
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    It is an old coal parlor stove there were many made by many small companies.
     
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