pete8116 wrote:Thanks Dave,
I am leaning toward the Pioneer LE rear vent just have to make sure it fits my current setup.
I saw the phone number, I'm a teacher and don't have time during the day and by the time
I get home it's after 6pm. That's the same trouble I'm having with the local dealer. He's
only open Tues. - Fri till 5pm and a 45 minute drive from Athol Ma. I'm going to have to take a day off to see the stoves in person.
From what I've been reading, Leisure Line makes a quality stove.
I read in the owners manual that you should take all the coal out at the end of the season and brush down and vacuum it out and
disconnect the chimney and put newspaper in it to absorb moisture. Could I also give the inside of the hopper and stove a spray
Thanks for your help
You would be surprised how late you will call and get a human answering a phone . Either way I will get the pictures on Mon for sure, possibly Sunday. I believe people have good luck with LPS instead of WD 40.
The most damage to a hopper happens by leaving coal in it all summer or having improper draft when operating. If you see sweat on a hopper lid while operating things need to be corrected.