Unknown Blaze King

NeHunter Posted By NeHunter, Aug 23, 2018 at 2:14 PM

  1. NeHunter

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    Hopefully the pictures load. I acquired Blaze King from a family friend that does not have a name plate. He did not know the model either. My research has not turned up anything either. It has no vents on the front and the dampener is on the back almost identical to an earth stove. Hopefully someone has seen one or can get me a model so I can reference the manual.
    Thank for any help.
     

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  2. NeHunter

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    I should add I made the antler handles to replace the wood ones. Didn't think that would throw anyone off but just in case. Still looking for ceramic decorative replacements.
     
  3. blades

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    very old Princess? non cat of course
     
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  4. BKVP

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    How many round holes in front of pedestal?
     
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  5. NeHunter

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  6. NeHunter

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    Previous owner found paper work. It's a KT 302. And of course since it's pre EPA, blaze king won't releasethe manuals
     
  7. BKVP

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    Yes we do...it’s on our website. Here’s the link..
    http://blazeking.com/EN/old-manual.html
     
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  8. NeHunter

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    Thanks but I tried it and I just get a window saying non- EPA stoves can't be bought sold...ect
    I appreciate any ideas on how to get it tho open
     
  9. Alpine1

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    I tried the link supplied by BKVP and it works. Have you noticed the “download manual” in orange colour at the bottom of the box?
     
  10. NeHunter

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    I'll take a look thank you
     
  11. NeHunter

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    Thank you for the help everyone. Got started on my hearth today. Durok under lament then 2in stone. Start on the wall tomorrow. 1in air gap, durok, and tile.
     
  12. bholler

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    Durarock under lamanent? You would want it the other way lamanent is flammable
     
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    What laminate was used on the hearth and why?

    Be sure there is a 1" gap at the bottom and top of the wall shield so that air can freely convect behind it.
     
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  14. NeHunter

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    Concrete board under layment per ins. specs not laminate, auto correct... all air gap specs are followed tile covered. Base is concrete board then 2in of masonry.
     

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