United States Stove 2015 Instruction manual

Owner’s Operation and Instruction Manual
MODEL
2500
SAFETY TESTED TO UL 1482
US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY PHASE II CERTIFIED WOODSTOVE
WASHINGTON STATE APPROVED
CAUTION!
Read All Instructions Carefully
Before Starting The Installation
or Operating This Heater.
SAFETY NOTICE:
If this heater is not properly installed, a house fire may
result. For your safety, follow the installation instructions. Contact local building or fire officials about
restrictions and installation requirements in your area.
Improper Installation Could Void
Your Warranty!
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
THIS MANUAL WILL HELP YOU TO OBTAIN EFFICIENT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE FROM THE HEATER, AND ENABLE YOU
TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS CORRECTLY. KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.E
United States Stove Company
227 Industrial Park Road
P.O. Box 151
South Pittsburg, TN 37380
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CONGRATULATIONS!
You've purchased a heater from North America's oldest manufacturer of wood burning products.
By heating with wood you're helping to CONSERVE ENERGY!
Wood is our only Renewable Energy Resource. Please do your part to preserve our wood supply. Plant at least one
tree each year. Future generations will thank you.
The instructions pertainning to the installation of your wood stove comply with UL-1482 standards.
Combustible :
Wood
Recommended Surface :
500 to 1,800 ft²
Colors :
Metallic Black
Flue Pipe Diameter :
6”
Chimney type (Standard Single Wall):
2 100°F (650°C)
Minimum Chimney Hieght :
12’
Maximum Log Length :
21”
Dimensions
Overall :
LxWxH
25” x 27” x 28 5/8”
Combustion Chamber :
Width x Depth :
WxD
22 3/4” x 16 1/2”
Volume :
2.69” ft³
Door Opening :
WxH
16” x 8”
Pyroceramic Glass Door : (Viewing)
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WxH
/16” x 8 3/8”
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Weight :
325 lbs
OPTIONS
PART NUMBER
Outside Air Intake Kit
50FAK
CAUTIONS:
• HOT WHILE IN OPERATION. KEEP CHILDREN, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE AWAY.
CONTACT MAY CAUSE SKIN BURNS.
• DO NOT USE CHEMICALS OR FLUIDS TO IGNITE THE FIRE.
• DO NOT LEAVE THE STOVE UNATTENDED WHEN THE DOOR IS SLIGHTLY OPENED.
• DO NOT BURN WASTES, FLAMMABLE FLUID SUCH AS GASOLINE, NAPHTHA OR
MOTOR OIL.
• DO NOT CONNECT TO ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT OR SYSTEM.
• ALWAYS CLOSE THE DOOR AFTER THE IGNITION.
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ASSEMBLY
Flue Collar Assembly:
1. Mount the flue collar to the top of the unit as shown using the (3) 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 bolts, (3) washers, and (3) weld
tabs provided in the parts box.
Room Air Deflector Assembly:
1. Locate the Room Air Deflector. Using the three(3) 1/2 Tek Screws provided, mount the deflector to the unit as
shown in the diagram.
Firebrick Configuration:
1. Replace the Firebrick as shown in the illustration below.
Side view of flue collar
mount to heater top
5/16-18 x 1-1/2
Bolt
Heater top
Weld Tab
Brick Configuration
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BLOWER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE SOURCE OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING THE INSTALLATION.
Step 1.
Fix the assembly to the back of the stove with the four screws provided.
THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY IS INTENDED FOR USE ONLY WITH A STOVE THAT IS MARKED
TO INDICATE SUCH USE.
DO NOT ROUTE THE SUPPLY CORD NEAR OR ACROSS HOT SURFACES!
2500 PEDESTAL TRIM ASSEMBLY
Assemble trim pieces as shown with the screws
provided in the parts bag.
After trim assembly, attach to the pedestal base at the
location shown using the screws provided.
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INSTALLATION
SAFETY NOTICE
• IF THIS STOVE IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED, A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE
TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY,
OR EVEN DEATH.
• CONSULT YOUR MUNICIPAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT
RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR AREA.
• USE SMOKE DETECTORS IN THE ROOM WHERE YOUR STOVE IS INSTALLED.
• KEEP FURNITURE AND DRAPES WELL AWAY FROM THE STOVE.
• NEVER USE GASOLINE, GASOLINE-TYPE LANTERN FUEL, KEROSENE, CHARCOAL
LIGHTER FLUID, OR SIMILAR LIQUIDS TO START OR “FRESHEN UP” A FIRE. KEEP
ALL SUCH LIQUIDS WELL AWAY FROM THE STOVE.
• IN THE EVENT OF A CHIMNEY FIRE, PUSH THE AIR CONTROL FULL CLOSED TO
DEPRIVE THE FIRE OF OXYGEN. CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
• DO NOT CONNECT TO ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT OR SYSTEM.
• A SOURCE OF FRESH AIR INTO THE ROOM OR SPACE HEATED SHALL BE PROVIDED
WHEN REQUIRED.
POSITIONING THE STOVE
It is very important to position the wood stove as close as possible to the chimney, and in an area that
will favor the most efficient heat distribution possible throughout the house. The stove must therefore
be installed in the room where the most time is spent, and in the most spacious room possible.
Recall that wood stoves produce radiating heat, the heat we feel when we are close to a wood stove.
A wood stove also functions by convection, that is through the displacement of hot air accelerated
upwards and its replacement with cooler air. If necessary, the hot air distribution from the stove may
be facilitated by the installation of a blower.
The wood stove must not be hooked up to a hot air distribution system since an excessive
accumulation of heat may occur.
A wood stove must never be installed in a hallway or near a staircase, since it may block the
way in case of fire or fail to respect required clearances.
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FLOOR PROTECTOR
Your wood stove should be placed on a 1 inch, non-combustible surface with a k factor of 0.84. For
multiple layers, add R-values of each layer to determine the overall R-value. The R value for the
required board is 1.2. The floor protector should be under the stove, twenty-six inches beyond the
front and six inches beyond each side of the fuel loading and ash removal opening. If there is a
horizontal section of chimney connector, the floor protector should go under it and two inches beyond
each side
Convert specification to R-value:
k-factor is given with a required thickness (T) in inches: R=1/k x T
C-factor is given: R=1/C
Example:
If the floor protector is 4" brick with a C-factor of 1.25 over 1/8" mineral board with a “k” factor
of 0.29 the total R-value of the system is:
4" brick C=1.25, R=1/1.25=0.8
1/8" mineral board K=0.29, R=1/0.29 x 0.125=0.431
Total R = Rbrick + Rmineral = 0.8 + 0.431 = 1.231
Total R is greater than 1.2, the system is acceptable.
The floor protector should exceed the stove as follows:
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FRONT
SIDES
REAR
26”
6”
6”
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CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
It is of utmost importance that the clearances to combustible materials be strictly adhered to during
installation of the stove. Refer to the tables below :
Single wall pipe
A
B
C
D
E
F
12
20
16
30
10.5
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• Floor to ceiling height must be at least 7’ (84”) in all cases.
• The clearance between the flue pipe and a wall are valid only for verticle walls and for verticle flue
pipe.
• The flue pipe must not go through roof trussing, an attic, a closet, a floor, a combustible partition,
or similar spaces.
• A flue pipe crossing a combustible wall must have a minimum clearance of 18”.
• To reduce flue clearances from combustible materials, contact your local safety department.
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CHIMNEY
Your wood stove may be hooked up with a factory built or masonry chimney. If you are using a factory
built chimney, it must comply with UL 103 standard; therefore it must be a Type HT (2100°F). It is
extremely important that it be installed according to the manufacturer's specifications.
If you are using a masonry chimney, it is important that it be built in compliance with the specifications of the National Building Code. It must be lined with fire clay bricks, metal or clay tiles sealed
together with fire cement. (Round flues are the most efficient).
The interior diameter of the chimney flue must be identical to the stove smoke exhaust. A flue which
is too small may cause draft problems, while a large flue favours rapid cooling of the gas, and hence
the build-up of creosote and the risk of chimney fires. Note that it is the chimney and not the stove
which creates the draft effect; your stove's performance is directly dependent on an adequate draft
from your chimney.
The following recommendations may be useful for the installation of your chimney:
1.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance.
2.
It must rise above the roof at least 3' (0.9 mm) from the uppermost point of contact.
3.
The chimney must exceed any part of the building or other obstruction within a 10' (3.04m)
distance by a height of 2' (0.6 m).
4.
Installation of an interior chimney is always preferable to an exterior chimney. Indeed, the
interior chimney will, by definition, be hotter than an exterior chimney, being heated up by
the ambient air in the house. Therefore the gas which circulates will cool more slowly,
thus reducing the build-up of creosote and the risk of chimney fires.
5.
The draft caused by the tendency for hot air to rise will be increased with an interior
chimney.
6.
Using a fire screen at the extremity of the chimney requires regular inspection in order to
insure that it is not obstructed thus blocking the draft, and it should be cleaned when
regularly.
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CHIMNEY CONNECTOR (STOVE PIPE)
Your chimney connector and chimney must have the same diameter as the stove outlet. If this is not
the case, we recommend you contact your dealer in order to insure there will be no problem with the
draft.
The stove pipe must be made of aluminized or cold roll steel with a minimum thickness of 0.021" or
0.53 mm. It is strictly forbidden to use galvanized steel.
Your smoke pipe should be assembled in such a way that the male section of the pipe faces down.
Attach each of the sections to one another with three equidistant metal screws.
The pipe must be short and straight. All sections installed horizontally must slope at least 1/4 inch
per foot, with the upper end of the section toward the chimney.
To insure a good draft, the total length of the coupling pipe should never exceed 8' to 10' (24 to 3.04
m). (Except for cases of vertical installation, cathedral-roof style where the smoke exhaust system
can be much longer and connected without problem to the chimney at the ceiling of the room).
There should never be more than two 90 degrees elbows in the smoke exhaust system.
Installation of a “barometric draft stabilizer” (fireplace register) on a smoke exhaust system is prohibited.
Furthermore, installation of a draft damper is not recommended. Indeed, with a controlled combustion
wood stove, the draft is regulated upon intake of the combustion air in the stove and not at the
exhaust.
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TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS
FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEY :
Wall Installation
Vertical Installation
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TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS continued...
MASONRY CHIMNEY :
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TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS continued...
FACTORY BUILT THIMBLE :
BUILT THIMBLE :
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OUTSIDE COMBUSTION AIR
Your 2500 stove is approved to be installed with an outside air intake which is necessary for a mobile
home. This type of installation is also required in air tight houses and houses with negative pressure
problems. You can purchase this option through your heater dealer. Make sure to specify the part
number mentioned in this booklet. Installation instructions are supplied with the air intake kit.
Outside combustion air may be required if :
1. Your stove does not draw steadily, smoke rollout occurs, wood burns poorly, or back-drafts occur
whether or not there is combustion present.
2. Existing fuel-fired equipment in the house, such as fireplaces or other heating appliances, smell,
do not operate properly, suffer smoke roll-out when opened, or back-drafts occur whether or not
there is combustion present.
3. Opening a window slightly on a calm (windless) day alleviates any of the above symptoms.
4. The house is equipped with a well-sealed vapour barrier and tight fitting windows and/or has any
powered devices that exhaust house air.
5. There is excessive condensation on windows in the winter.
6. A ventilation system is installed in the house.
WARNINGS for use in MOBILE HOMES:
•
DO NOT INSTALL IN BEDROOM.
•
THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE MOBILE HOME FLOOR, WALL, AND CEILING/
ROOF MUST BE MAINTAINED.
•
THE STOVE MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE STRUCTURE OF THE MOBILE HOME USING
THE FIXATION HOLES ON THE BACK OF THE UNIT.
•
INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH 24 CFR, PART 3280 (HUD).
•
USE A FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEY THAT COMPLY WITH UL 103 STANDARDS; THEREFORE IT MUST BE A TYPE HT (2100°F).
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WOODSTOVE UTILIZATION
Your heating unit was designed to burn wood only; no other materials should be burned. Waste
and other flammable materials should not be burned in your stove. Any type of wood may be
used in your stove, but specific varieties have better energy yields than others. Please consult
the following table in order to make the best possible choice.
TYPE
WEIGHT
PER CORD
EFFICIENCY
RANKING
SPLITS
MILLIONS
BTU's/CORD
(LBS. CU. FT., DRY)
Hickory
63
4500
1.0
Well
31.5
White Oak
48
4100
.9
Fair
28.6
Red Oak
46
3900
.8
Fair
27.4
Beech
45
3800
.7
Hard
26.8
Sugar Maple
44
3700
.6
Fair
26.2
Black Oak
43
3700
.6
Fair
25.6
Ash
42
3600
.5
Well
25.0
Yellow Birch
40
3400
.4
Hard
23.8
Red Maple
38
3200
.3
Fair
22.6
Paper Birch
37
3100
.3
Easy
22.1
Elm/Sycamore
34
2900
.2
Very Difficult
20.1
Red Spruce
29
1800
.1
Easy
16.1
It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that you use DRY WOOD only in your wood stove. The wood
should have dried for 9 to 15 months, such that the humidity content (in weight) is reduced below
20% of the weight of the log. It is very important to keep in mind that even if the wood has been cut
for one, two or even more years, it is not necessarily dry, if it has been stored in poor conditions.
Under extreme conditions it may rot instead of drying. This point cannot be over stressed; the vast
majority of the problems related to the operation of a wood stove is caused by the fact that the wood
used was too damp or had dried in poor conditions. These problems can be:
- ignition problems
- creosote build-up causing chimney fires
- low energy yield
- blackened windows
- incomplete log combustion
Smaller pieces of wood will dry faster. All logs exceeding 6" in diameter should be split. The wood
should not be stored directly on the ground. Air should circulate through the cord. A 24" to 48" air
space should be left between each row of logs, which should be placed in the sunniest location
possible. The upper layer of wood should be protected from the element but not the sides.
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TESTING YOUR WOOD
When the stove is thoroughly warmed, place one piece of split wood (about five inches in diameter) parallel to
the door on the bed of red embers.
Keep the air control full open by pulling on it and close the door. If ignition of the piece is accomplished within
90 seconds from the time if was placed in the stove, your wood is correctly dried. If ignition takes longer, your
wood is damp.
If your wood hisses and water or vapour escapes at the ends of the piece, your wood is soaked or freshly cut.
Do not use this wood in your stove. Large amounts of creosote could be deposited in your chimney, creating
potential conditions for a chimney fire.
THE FIRST FIRES
The fresh paint on your stove needs to be cured to preserve its quality. Once the fuel charge is properly
ignited, only burn small fires in your stove for the first four hours of operation. Never open the air control more
than necessary to achieve a medium burn rate.
Make sure that there’s enough air circulation while curing the stove. The odors could be smelled during the 3
or 4 first fires. Never start your stove outside. You will not be able to see if you are over heating.
IGNITION
After making sure that the stove air intake controls are fully open (completely pull-out towards you), place
several rumpled sheets of paper in the centre of the combustion chamber. Place 8 to 10 pieces of small dry
kindling wood over the paper in the form of a tent. You may also place a few pieces of heating wood, but
choose the smaller ones. No chemical product should be used to light the fire.
Before igniting the paper and kindling wood, it is recommended that you warm up the chimney. This is done in
order to avoid back draft problems often due to negative pressure in the house. If such is the case, open a
window slightly near the stove and twist together a few sheets of newspaper into a torch. Light up this paper
torch and hold it as close as possible to the mouth of the pipe inside the combustion chamber to warm up the
chimney. Once the updraft movement is initiated, you are ready to ignite the stove by lighting the paper and
kindling wood inside the combustion chamber.
When you have achieved a good bed of hot embers, we recommend the following burn procedures:
Primary Air Settings
Electric Blower Speed Setting (Variable)
(Slide Damper is located in center of stove under hearth plate)
(Damper Adjustment: Pulling out on damper increases air)
(Blower is on High when turned “ON”, Rotate
clockwise until stop for “LOW”.)
Burn Rate
Adjust Damper from fully closed
Burn Time
Blower Speed
Low
1/32”
@ 30 minutes
Low
Medium - Low
1/16”
@ 30 minutes
Low
Medium - High
5/16”
@ 30 minutes
Low
approx. 3”
all minutes
High
High
HEATING
Controlled combustion is the most efficient technique for wood heating because it enables you to select the
type of combustion you want for each given situation. The wood will burn slowly if the wood stove air intake
control is adjusted to reduce the oxygen supply in the combustion chamber to a minimum. On the other hand,
wood will burn quickly if the air control is adjusted to admit a larger quantity of oxygen in the combustion
chamber. The air intake control on your stove is very simple. If you pull on it out completely towards you, it is
fully open. If you push on it until it stops the combustion air is reduced to a minimum. Real operating conditions
may give very different results than those obtained during testing according to the species of wood used, its
moisture content, the size and density of the pieces, the length of the chimney, altitude and outside temperature.
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WARNINGS
•
NEVER OVERFIRE YOUR STOVE. IF ANY PART OF THE STOVE STARTS TO GLOW
RED, OVER FIRING IS HAPPENING. READJUST THE AIR INTAKE CONTROL AT A
LOWER SETTING.
• THE INSTALLATION OF A LOG CRADLE IS NOT RECOMMENDED IN YOUR
WOOD STOVE.
• NEVER PUT WOOD ABOVE THE FIREBRICK LINING OF THE FIREBOX.
RELOADING
Once you have obtained a good bed of embers, you should reload the unit. In order to do so, open
the air controls to maximum a few seconds prior to opening the stove’s door. Then proceed by
opening the door very slowly; open it one or two inches for 5 to 10 seconds, before opening it
completely to increase the draft and thus eliminate the smoke which is stagnant in a state of slow
combustion in the stove. Then bring the red embers to the front of the stove and reload the unit.
For optimal operation of your wood stove, we recommend you to operate it with a wood load
approximately equivalent to the height of fire bricks.
It is important to note that wood combustion consumes ambient oxygen in the room .In the case of
negative pressure, it is a good idea to allow fresh air in the room, either by opening a window slightly
or by installing a fresh air intake system on an outside wall.
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapours, which combine with expelled
moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapours condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a
slow-burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited this
creosote makes an extremely hot fire. When burning wood, the chimney connector and chimney
should be inspected at least once every two months during the heating season to determine if a
creosote build-up has occurred.
We strongly recommend that you install a magnetic thermometer on your smoke exhaust pipe,
approximately 18" above the stove. This thermometer will indicate the temperature of your gas exhaust
fumes within the smoke exhaust system. The ideal temperature for these gases is somewhere between
275o F and 500o F. Below these temperatures, the build-up of creosote is promoted. Above 500
degrees, heat is wasted since a too large quantity is lost into the atmosphere.
TO PREVENT CREOSOTE BUILD UP
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•
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Always burn dry wood. This allows clean burns and higher chimney temperatures, therefore less
creosote deposit.
Leave the air control full open for about 5 min. every time you reload the stove to bring it back to
proper operating temperatures. The secondary combustion can only take place if the firebox is
hot enough.
Always check for creosote deposit once every two months and have your chimney cleaned at
least once a year.
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ASH DISPOSAL
Ashes should be removed from the stove every few days or when ashes get to 2 to 3 inches deep.
Always empty the stove when it is cold, such as in the morning. Always dispose of ashes in a metal
container with a tight fitting lid. Place this container on a non combustible floor or on the ground, well
away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial in
soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the close container until all cinders
have thoroughly cooled.
CAUTIONS:
• ASHES COULD CONTAIN HOT EMBERS EVEN AFTER TWO DAYS WITHOUT OPERATING THE
STOVE.
• THE ASH PAN CAN BECOME VERY HOT. WEAR GLOVES TO PREVENT INJURY.
• NEVER BURN THE STOVE WITH THE ASH TRAP OPEN. THIS WOULD RESULT IN OVER FIRING
THE STOVE. DAMAGE TO THE STOVE AND EVEN HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT.
MAINTENANCE
Your 2500 stove is a high efficiency stove and therefore require little maintenance. It is important to
perform a visual inspection of the stove every time it is emptied, in order to insure that no parts have
been damaged, in which case repairs must be performed immediately.
GLASS
•
•
•
•
•
Inspect the glass regularly in order to detect any cracks. If you spot one, turn the stove off imme
diately. Do not abuse the glass door by striking or slamming shut. Do not use the stove if the glass
is broken.
If the glass on your stove breaks, replace only with the glass supplied from your 2500 dealer.
To replace the glass, remove the screws retaining the glass mouldings inside the door. Remove
the mouldings and replace the damaged piece with a new one. Perform the procedure backwards
after replacing. When replacing the glass, you should change the glass gasket to make sure you
keep it sealed.
Never wash the glass with a product that may scratch. Use a specialized product, available in the
stores where wood stoves are sold.
The glass should be washed only when cold.
GASKETING
It is recommended that you change the door gasket (which makes your stove door air tight) once a
year, in order to insure good control over the combustion, maximum efficiency and security. To change
the door gasket, simply remove the damaged one. Carefully clean the available gasket groove, apply
a high temperature silicone sold for this purpose, and install the new gasket. You may light up your
stove again approximately 24 hours after having completed this operation.
WARNING:
• NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITHOUT A GASKET OR WITH A BROKEN ONE. DAMAGE
TO THE STOVE OR EVEN HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT
PAINT
Only clean your stove with a dry soft cloth that will not harm the paint finish. If the paint becomes
scratched or damaged, it is possible to give your wood stove a brand new look, by repainting it with
a 1200° F heat resistant paint. For this purpose, simply scrub the surface to be repainted with fine
sand paper, clean it properly, and apply thin coats (2) of paint successively.
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REPAIR PARTS
KEY
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
•
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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DESCRIPTION
Feed Door Assy.
Feed Door Latch
Door Hinge
Flue Collar
5/16-18 x 1-1/2 Bolt
Washer
Nut, 5/16-18
Air Deflector
Ceramic Fiber Board
Secondary Tubes - Front
Secondary Tubes - Rear
Tube Retainer
Pedestal Front
Pedestal Left Side
Pedestal Right Side
Pedestal Bottom - Left
Pedestal Bottom - Right
Pedestal Back Weld.
Front Trim (Pedestal)
Left Trim (Pedestal)
Right Trim (Pedestal)
Trim, Corner
Ash Pan Weldment
Firebrick (Full)
Firebrick (Half)
Firebrick (4.5 x 7.5 x 1.25)
Ash Pan Handle
PART NO.
QTY
69516MB
25080B
891373
40292A
83432
83045
83431
891528
88138
86643
86645
891515
891518
891519
891520
891521
891522
891523
891524
891525
891526
40496
891527
89066
891414
891530
891137
1
1
2
1
3
3
3
3
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
19
2
1
1
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HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
THIS MANUAL WILL HELP YOU OBTAIN EFFICIENT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE FROM YOUR 2500 HEATER, AND ENABLE YOU
TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS CORRECTLY.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
WHEN WRITING, ALWAYS GIVE THE FULL MODEL NUMBER
WHICH IS ON THE NAMEPLATE ATTACHED TO THE HEATER.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST:
1. THE PART NUMBER
2. THE PART DESCRIPTION
3. THE MODEL NUMBER: 2500
4. THE SERIAL NUMBER:____________________
UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY
227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD
P.O.BOX 151
SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN 37380
(423) 837-2100
WWW.USSTOVE.COM
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