lockeal wrote:I have the same stove. Mine is officially a SC1090 built in 1988 but only a few changes to the shaker and fuel bar were done to make it a SC100. Dussingers Stove Shop in Lancaster has parts and a lot of info.
They told the story of Aarrow Inc. importing a ship load of anthracite to England to design the stove. Dussingers claims it's one of the best coal stoves ever built.
I also don't have the manual and the new stratford stoves are a quite a bit different with air wash and a whole different grate system. I'm having problems getting mine to draft enough to keep the coal going but it has worked great as a wood stove!
lockeal wrote:I was told to burn Chestnut sized coal in mine...
JADFPE wrote:Just came across a Stratford SC100 Coal Stove with no manual. Any help would be appreciated. Does anyone have a manual tht I could get a copy of? What type and of coal is to be used? Any other suggestions?
I will be doing a lot of reading!