muskymike3 wrote:yes, looks like a 90K btu keystoker for sure. Mines probably older than that one and has been a great stove. Clean the squirrel cage fans, lube the blower motor and make sure the control on the flue pipe is working ok. when I bought mine it was installed with a honeywell sensor in the smoke pipe. That would fail every other year or so. Keystoker found a better sensor and that has worked fine for 5-6 years now. remove and clean the sensor probe a few times during the season. if you have the money it might not be a bad idea just to replace all of the motors except the blower motor and keep the old ones as spares. if the blower motor starts squeeking then get a new one asap. I've only burnt rice coal in mine and thats been fine all these years.
if you have any questions pm me
also Keystoker staff has been great in the past do not hesitate to call them. I've been out to the plant a few times picking up parts.
good luck with the stove
How do you lube the fan?
I don't think I have a flue sensor, what does it do?
Plus I want to pull the grates out and clean any fly ash out of it. It looks like its just cemented down, how do I pull them out without messing up anything?