identifying my stove

our420room

New Member
Feb 12, 2020
1
Patten, Me
I bought a 2nd hand stove, the seller lied to me, and it is my fault but I took him at his word.
He told me I was buying a vermont castings propane fireplace at 38k BTU

I've since learned it is a Waterford stove and the serial # is 2010, but I can't find anything else about it.
I have yet to hook it up and I do want to install it but I dont know if I need be aware of anything special when venting this stove.
Im not very handy and will hire someone to do this task.
I would love to locate a manual, but if anyone knows anything on this stove and would share, that would be great.

Do I need anything special for going thru the wall?
Does anyone know about this stove?

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DAKSY

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Look for a rating plate attached to the back or bottom of the unit with a chain or a wire.
If it's there, it should tell you the model number & the type of venting required.
The model number will help you find an on-line manual.
 

DAKSY

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Staff member
If you find the model (which is probably Emerald)
Contact Woodheatstoves.com...
He has this manual:

 
Jan 9, 2017
24
Phelps NY
I bought a 2nd hand stove, the seller lied to me, and it is my fault but I took him at his word.
He told me I was buying a vermont castings propane fireplace at 38k BTU

I've since learned it is a Waterford stove and the serial # is 2010, but I can't find anything else about it.
I have yet to hook it up and I do want to install it but I dont know if I need be aware of anything special when venting this stove.
Im not very handy and will hire someone to do this task.
I would love to locate a manual, but if anyone knows anything on this stove and would share, that would be great.

Do I need anything special for going thru the wall?
Does anyone know about this stove?

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If you go to the Regency website, under discontinued manuals, there are several manuals for these stoves. There are several different models, and if you can't find the identification plate, you will have to figure out which one it is.
Looking at the size of the vent pipe, I want to say it is probably a b vent.