The Monster in the Basement Has Arrived.

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DePippo79
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Baseburners & Antiques: Glenwood Oak 40, Stanley Argand No. 30, Glenwood Modern Oak 114, Stanley Argand No. 20 missing parts.
Coal Size/Type: Anthracite. Stove and nut size.
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Location: Hampton, NH

Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 4:57 pm

Here it is guys. 80 degrees and awesome draft. Coal been burning for 5 hours now. Had to test it out.
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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 4:59 pm

close up.
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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 5:00 pm

Side view.
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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 5:01 pm

For the treehuggers, no smoke.
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Other Heating: Oil hot water.
Location: Hampton, NH

Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 5:06 pm

Proper foundation. Thanks for all your help. Cant wait till its cold and I can really get her going. Barnstable Stove did a great job. Really happy with the outcome. Hooked on the old stoves. William was right.
Even on a 80 degree day I had no problems getting her going. I know I'm missing the lower beauty ring will be in the mail tommorrow. Well thats all I have for now. Take care all. Matt
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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 6:50 pm

Beautiful stove! It's a shame it isn't sitting in your living room.

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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 6:51 pm

Very nice DP :) She's a purty one.

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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 7:01 pm

I know. If I put it upstairs then I would have had to cut up/modify a fireplace and I reallly didn't want to do that. Don't worry a dehumidifier is going in the basement. She's in good hands.

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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 7:27 pm

DePippo79 wrote:Proper foundation. Thanks for all your help. Cant wait till its cold and I can really get her going. Barnstable Stove did a great job. Really happy with the outcome. Hooked on the old stoves. William was right.
Even on a 80 degree day I had no problems getting her going. I know I'm missing the lower beauty ring will be in the mail tommorrow. Well thats all I have for now. Take care all. Matt
everyone thinks those rings were for beauty (but their first and foremost job was to circulate air!) ;) our grand papa's were very smart and they knew heat rose and when heat rises it "draws" cooler air into its place and creates a never-ending cycle of circulation of air without using 1 watt of electricity! .... but aint they beautiful too!!! :D great stuff bro and wish you many years of old fashioned warmth and savings!

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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 10:01 pm

Very nice stove. You will love it on these colder Winter days...But they were made to work in all situations.
Dcrane is right: our grands-papas (in French :lol: ) knew what was a stove, I mean a working stove... :)

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Post Sun. Aug. 11, 2013 10:21 pm

DePippo79 wrote:I know. If I put it upstairs then I would have had to cut up/modify a fireplace and I reallly didn't want to do that. Don't worry a dehumidifier is going in the basement. She's in good hands.
Does your family know that you will be "tinkering in the basement" from october to april :lol:

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Post Mon. Aug. 12, 2013 3:00 am

Excellent. You got one with the indirect back pipe. You will be impressed with it's performance. Now you need to watch the draft when it gets cold. The stove is hooked up to a tall chimney and the draft will be very strong when it is cold.

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Post Mon. Aug. 12, 2013 8:35 am

nice...beautiful

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Post Mon. Aug. 12, 2013 9:31 am

I was going to ask about your pipe. It looked like a second back opening. You mentioned an indirect back pipe. Is that what this is? I never saw such a thing before. How does it function and its purpose? is it like a stink pipe in a sewer set up? Used to allow excess gas to escape?

Beautiful stove you have there. Any idea as to the BTU's on a unit that size?

Enjoy.

Vin.

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Other Heating: Oil hot water.
Location: Hampton, NH

Post Mon. Aug. 12, 2013 4:50 pm

Vinmaker, the way it was explained to me was it's a indirect back pipe. You can have the draft either go straight up the smoke pipe or you can divert it so it stays in that black housing a little more, thus letting the exhaust give up a little more heat before it goes up the chimney. William, please correct me if I'm wrong. Matt

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