Wood Master LT-45 out door wood boiler.

Hotblast1500 Posted By Hotblast1500, Jul 16, 2017 at 7:15 PM

  1. Hotblast1500

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    Does anyone on here owns a LT-45? How is Wood Master's reputation? I Have been having a lot of trouble finding info on this boiler. I think in some EPA regulation this heater got discontinued. The reason I like this boiler is i can get it for way less than others. Thanks for your time and any input!
    https://www.discountstoves.net/woodmaster-lt45-outdoor-wood-boiler-p/lt45.htm
    Ray
     
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  2. salecker

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    There usually is a reason it's cheep.
    First i don't think it's a boiler,sounds like it's an open system.
    Second i would check with your local authorities if you can even use it.
    I have never heard of that company or water heater.Maybe someone can tell you what the heater is like for quality and performance.
     
  3. Hotblast1500

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    It is an open system. They are ok to install in the area, a lot of people here have them. I have not heard of wood master myself. I've had alot of experience with a heatmaster ss that my Dad has. My house is just 1200 sq ft so i don't need alot.

    Thanks for your input!
    Ray
     
  4. Yenlea

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    I do not own a Wood Master but they do have a good reputation, I own a different brand but have always gotten my supplies from Dodds Brothers in Missouri, when I was down there recently I saw they had a bunch of these Wood Master stoves like what you were talking about the owner said he had gotten a really good deal on them here is a link to them on their web site
    http://www.outdoorwoodfurnaceparts.com/proddetail.php?prod=WOODMASTERLT45
    they have always been real good to me.
     
  5. jholmestad

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    You cannot buy a new wood boiler for $2000 or $3500 unless something is wrong with it or it is used. I recently heard that the manufacture Woodmaster was trying to sell their business. I wouldn't take it from me, I would do your research before buying. One of the links posted says only a 12 month warranty. If the business sells or goes out of business you are not going to want to be stuck with a useless wood furnace that you can't get parts for. I currently have a Crown Royal Stove, RS7300E. Check them out www.crownroyalstove.com. They have been awesome to deal with so far. Good luck to you!
     

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