Thanks for the info on the heater. I didn't relize it was from the 20's or 30's. They really made things to last back then. I guess I have to be carefull with the parts also.
I have a manometer for the house I can use to set up the garage heater. I still have to get all the pipe, baro and everything yet.
I took it outback today and washed it, now the heater is clean and I'm dirty
. I didn't see any cracks, but I am going to take it apart this summer and reseal everything so I'll find out for sure then.
I found the glass in the front door. I didn't even know it was there it was covered with soot. There is a rod on the top that says open and closed, but I didn't see a control on the front door for air.
There's one shaker grate in the stove. I guess I have to play with till I can shake it right. I'm use the EFM in the house the ash just falls off the top into the bucket.
I'm wondering what type and size of coal would burn the best in it? I use rice in the EFM that is in the house but I dought it would work in the Wehrle in the garage.
Also any sugestions on how far to place the heater away from the walls? The closer to the walls the better but I don't want to set it to close.
I Thank you for any info or help you can give me.