Pocono 110 Burner

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mprov
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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 6:08 pm

I just recently purchased a new pocono from a local dealer in my aera.How can I make sure that it is a 110 burner and not a 90?

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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 6:25 pm

It's probalby a wider burner unit than the 90K. Not sure of exact dim's. Was a newer stove, or one that had been sitting around a while? Maybe the Serial Number would tell the guys at Leisure Line what it is.

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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 6:28 pm

Look around back of the stove, is the combustion blower mounted on an angle/tilt to the feeder assembly???

If so, you have yourself a 110 burner....


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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 8:14 pm

My 90K blower is not angled,so it must be a 90K... I learned something!!

The stoves are not serialized at least as far as I can see, the certfication sticker is under the right (looking from frt) 265 cfm blower...can't see the entire sticker ....

The 110K also has the fancy door, I whined to Flyer5 for a fancy door (when my stove was brand new though not run) at no charge but he rightfully ignored the squirrel.

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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 9:08 pm

Uglysquirrel wrote:My 90K blower is not angled,so it must be a 90K... I learned something!!

The stoves are not serialized at least as far as I can see, the certfication sticker is under the right (looking from frt) 265 cfm blower...can't see the entire sticker ....

The 110K also has the fancy door, I whined to Flyer5 for a fancy door (when my stove was brand new though not run) at no charge but he rightfully ignored the squirrel.
HUH?

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Post Tue. Mar. 01, 2011 9:09 pm

mprov wrote:I just recently purchased a new pocono from a local dealer in my aera.How can I make sure that it is a 110 burner and not a 90?
The 110k grate has 182 holes the 90k grate has 130 holes


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Post Wed. Mar. 02, 2011 5:50 pm

Thanks for all the help its a 110.I will be installing it this weekend.

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Post Wed. Mar. 02, 2011 7:06 pm

Flyer5 wrote:
Uglysquirrel wrote:My 90K blower is not angled,so it must be a 90K... I learned something!!

The stoves are not serialized at least as far as I can see, the certfication sticker is under the right (looking from frt) 265 cfm blower...can't see the entire sticker ....

The 110K also has the fancy door, I whined to Flyer5 for a fancy door (when my stove was brand new though not run) at no charge but he rightfully ignored the squirrel.
HUH?
:D

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Post Wed. Mar. 02, 2011 7:12 pm

So in other words, a faster feed rate slams more coal down da chute to cover those extra holes with extra air. I see Watson.

God, isn' t 90K enuf? :no1:

:)

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Post Fri. Mar. 04, 2011 8:15 am

Another slight point of clarification on the whole 110 Vs 90 topic, the 90K unit has a 45 cfm blower with a square flange (4 bolt holes although only 3 are used), the 110K unit has a 60 cfm lower with round flange (3 bolt holes).

The serial number on our stoves is on the UL sticker and might be hard to see without removing the convection fan. Also all of our stoves made after 2009 have the fancier door, I'm not sure what happened with our friend uglysquirrel but somebody had to use up the old doors, sorry buddy! :oops:

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