What stove is this?

Ricknasty Posted By Ricknasty, Oct 24, 2018 at 9:07 PM

  1. Ricknasty

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    Theres a tag on the blower that says Malm fireplaces but thats the only writing on the whole thing. I tried contacting malm to get some more info but they never replied.
     
  2. Jan Pijpelink

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    What about a picture? It might help.
     
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  3. Ricknasty

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    Sorry I tried to put up a picture but it doesnt seem to be working. I will try again when I get home. But it does not look anything like the malm stoves on their website, it looks like a regular wood stove.
     
  4. Ricknasty

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    Did this work?
     

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  5. Jan Pijpelink

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    Yep. Someone will come up with something.
     
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    Doesn't look like any Malm I have seen. The stove sure looks like it has been run hot though.
     
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    It did have 2 very good sized cracks right on the edges of that blower slot that i welded
     
  8. Ricknasty

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    Bump, does anyone have any ideas? Its got an integrated heat shield and blower that really helps move the heat around. Its done a great job keeping my 1800sq ft. House warm so far not even burning 24/7 in Michigan. The neighbors tell me the old owner used to get all his wood as mill scraps from an Amish community in the town over so I can understand how it was run so hot.
     

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  9. wooduser

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    I like the iron heating on the stove! Do you use it or is that just decoration?

    I'm thinking I ought to get an old iron at a thrift shop, remove the cord and try leaving it on my stove.
     
  10. Ricknasty

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    Its just decoration. The top doesnt get warm really, its a false top and the blower blows between it and the real top
     

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