08:42AM | 10/06/08
Member Since: 10/05/08
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hi i have a federal airtight wood burning stove and i am missing the wrenches that you use on the side of the stove to open it without burning your hand> any ideas? i have called everywhere and the company that made them is out of business. thanks



06:01AM | 12/16/08
Member Since: 12/15/08
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I have the same stove and have three of the bra-handled wrenches that came with it. What I need is a MANUAL for the stove. If you've got a manual, I'll trade one of the wrenches for a copy.

--Karl Borden



11:08AM | 08/17/13
Member Since: 08/17/13
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have had a federal airtight insert for 30 yrs and it has proven to be a great help in combating the winter cold throughout the years. Recently I've had a flu liner installed, a strong improvement to the insert making it steadfast and any further moving of the stove in or out will not be necessary in the future. The prob is: they put under the stove a 1" piece of wood to level it. the fireplace has the usual firesafe floor extension. Question will this wood be a fire hazard? and if I slide it out I may un-level it and make it loosen from the flu liner.


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