Hot Water Coil on a Hitzer 30-95?

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Post Thu. Dec. 24, 2009 3:22 am

Im living in my basement and my stove is cranking more heat than I can use even with all dampers shut.
Id like to siphon off some with a water coil.
Wondering if anyone has put on on a Hitzer 30-95?

I know its not a factory option - but its been done Id like to try too.
Seems a waste to keep a window cracked all the time just to keep the temps below 80

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Post Thu. Dec. 24, 2009 6:23 am

I'm sure you can, as long as there is space available inside.

But before you buy one, might want to take a gander at these threads: My HW Coils Are Looking Rough After Summer in Damp Basement

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Post Thu. Dec. 24, 2009 7:16 am

DO a search on hot water coils, there are quite a few options. There is NO one specific for any stove.



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Post Thu. Sep. 27, 2012 2:40 pm

I am resurrecting an old thread to answer this question. I called Hitzer and was told that the factory WILL install a coil. In fact, they had recently installed TWO coils in the same stove for someone. But, just the single loop coils will fit, not the double loops.

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