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Posted By Worble7,
Dec 31, 2018 at 8:12 PM
Thanks that helps. Now I get a better understanding of it. Jeff
Ya,easy do do,some do not even buy the kit,just some fittings and a hose.
So I circled the ones I drill let me know if I'm correct on a 2006 Accentra insert and the silicon tubing what temperature rating does that need to be? Thanks Jeff
I found the brass fittings at home depot:
Now what silicone tubing to use?
Do not know,have only bought the kit.It does get warm back there,but not extremely hot.
Bob or anyone who can confirm the drill spots I have marked I hate it if I drilled them in the wrong spot. So it looks like I drill in the feeder area (Left) and the outside air area (Right). Also please note the auger tube is clear for the most part a little gummy in the front auger and burn pot area. Thanks for your help all. Jeff
yep looks good.You gonna dissemble that and sandblast?It's pretty crummy
Yep once the case is done I will start on that not sure how far I will take it as to most of the bolts have broken and had to be removed and it was hard to get to and so on. But yes cleaning it will be a must and making sure everything works good have most of the parts. To tell you the truth I think that had a funnel on the to to bring water in lol. Thanks Jeff
Well after a few days of some good rain and cold weather (40 deg.) I had some time to get back to work on my stove it was 65 Deg. and nice and here I'm working on my stove I have the case all done but the bottom it should be easy to finish that tomorrow if I get some time then its time to start on the stove it will be a lot of taping off stuff and blasting and painting. Here's Pics of the ash pan blasted only not sure if I should paint it. And the stove primed up and painted flat black. Jeff
So,are we supposed to award you a medal? LOL your work is very fine,you are spending a lot of time ressurecting this old rusty unit,I hope it serves you well.
Just an Attaboy will do lol I have all spring and summer to get this baby ready for next winter. Thanks Jeff