Looking for Information On Victory 700 Wood/Coal Stove

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Post Mon. Jan. 15, 2007 8:31 pm

I'm looking to find information about this stove. We were told that it is a wood/coal stove. I know it has all the coal stove parts, but we need to replace the gaskets. They look like a rope type. I've looked for this stye of gasket, but I've only found ones that are MUCH larger. Also, we wanted to know where to find more information on this stove.

Thank you for all your help,

DN

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Post Tue. Jan. 16, 2007 1:22 pm

I've found more information on our stove, but I don' t know where to get the gaskets from. Also I've tried to clean the stove glass, is there a better way to get it clean and keep it clean. The person that had it before me seems to have never cleaned the glass. I don't know what else to use to clean it. I purchased the "glass" cleaner for stoves, but it didn't make a dent. They burned mostly coal from what I remember.

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Post Tue. Jan. 16, 2007 1:45 pm

Most stove dealers should have an assortment of gaskets available, as they come in a variety of sizes.
I would do a thread search on the glass cleaner. There was a pretty good one about a month or two ago.

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