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Suntydt

10:34AM | 01/18/10
Member Since: 01/17/10
1 lifetime posts
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I've spent some time on this site and all over the web looking for some information on the King Circulator Wood Stove model 8802-B by Martin Industries. It looks like there may be a few people on here who have one and can answer my question.

There is a knob on the front that can be set to Hi or Lo; what the heck is it for? I just acuired this stove and am trying to figure it out. I saw the post with all the neat manufacturers details and printed that out but like I said, can't figure out the knob. My guess is it controls the speed of the electric fan/blower.

Any input is greatly appreciated. All additional information is geeatly accepted.

Suntydt

BV000092

10:20AM | 01/09/13
Where did you find the info concerning the manufacturers details?

Jhn2121

10:54PM | 01/26/13
Member Since: 01/26/13
1 lifetime posts
That knob is for he air flow and controls the burn/temp

BV000342

11:28PM | 02/07/13
We are having the same issue! We thought we were missing a blower piece...but os that not the case???

BV001648

02:30PM | 07/24/13
Where can I find ulr inspection code?

BV001659

02:14PM | 07/25/13
I have a model 8800-B1-H.

The knob on the front is similar to a thermostat. It is used to control the damper which helps manage the rooms temperature. It was a brilliant design and you won't see this on any modern stoves today.

I'll never give this stove up.

BV002528

06:13PM | 11/10/13
I need a grates for a king 8800-b1-h

jellero

01:01AM | 12/05/13
Member Since: 12/05/13
2 lifetime posts
hi king folk, i have had three of these stoves and just moved one back in my house. thing is, i load wood and it is on full blast like therm is out. thermostat is all the way down to lo. i think i messed things up by starting with the therm down and doors open... i haven't been able to look as it is burning nonstop now but could i have over heated and damaged the thermostat in front? it has been 40 out so i didn't need much fire. now it's cold and i still an being pushed out by the heat, having to open house door. so, how can i fix this? what part is not working? hot in here... j

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