starsfan01 wrote:The other question I had was, where is a good place to get parts? I would like to replace the glass in the door. My friend got tired of the glass cracking, so he just put a piece of plate steel in the door. I just so happen to live about 20 miles or so from the Keystoker plant.
I'd go straight to Keystoker for the parts! They have been very helpful (and patient) with me on my rebuild project. They are making up a new hopper lid and a couple of ashpans for me right now.
I paid an arm and both legs for a piece of ceramic glass at a local glass supplier. I'm sure Keystoker would have got me a better deal, but by the time I got the price, it was too late. My fault.
Gasket material can be had at any good stove shop, blowers can be purchased on-line (Grainger, etc.) and most of the other electrical bits are standard, off the shelf items. But, if you are close to Keystoker, I'd support them directly with purchases, and take the opportunity to stop in and say "hi". I've talked extensively with a nice woman who answers the phone (Celia, I believe) and Don. Great people.