Regency H2100 Hearth Heater

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mojaveron

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Sep 27, 2014
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Phelan, California
Regency H2100 Hearth Heater owners just a heads up, I have been having problems with the stove not getting enough air the air control rod was not working. I was just doing my yearly maintance and cleaning on the stove and took a flashlight and mirror and looked up the side heat shields and noticed there are air inlet slots going into the stove so I took a 3 foot piece of bailing wire bent a small hook on one end and fished around into these slots and when I pulled it out there was a massive dust clot I pulled out pictures below.
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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
Wow, that'll choke the stove some. Looks like a major dust bunny.

Other than that, how is the hearth heater working out for you?
 

begreen

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Do you use the blower all the time or not?
 

mojaveron

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Sep 27, 2014
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Phelan, California
I very seldom ever use the blower, it's to noisy and cools off the top of the stove to much, I have a large ceiling fan in the room in front of it that works good with circulating the heat.
 

begreen

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Good to know, thanks.
 
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