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goblin79
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Post Thu. Mar. 03, 2011 11:06 am

hay uall I got a ?. This weather here in ky has been great l8ly, but my combustneer hates it sence teh timer is bad. Is a new stock timer still avalable. I hate building a fire ever nite when it gets back down to the 40s, plus when im not home ive got a fire box full of coal to mine back out

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Post Thu. Mar. 03, 2011 2:36 pm

yes, a new timer is available from wil-burt

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Post Thu. Mar. 03, 2011 6:11 pm

Also available at Pease Feed and Coal:

http://www.peasefeedandcoal.com/Coal-Stoker-Relay.html


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Post Thu. Mar. 03, 2011 9:32 pm

I believe that http://www.stokerworx.com also has two choices of relay (whether or not they would wire right up i'm not sure).

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Post Fri. Mar. 04, 2011 9:39 am

ok thx

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Post Fri. Mar. 04, 2011 9:41 am

at 200 + bucks im going to have to find something else that will work


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Post Fri. Mar. 04, 2011 4:52 pm

Some more leads:

Will-Burt Timers,

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Post Sun. Mar. 06, 2011 12:38 am

Are you sure the timer is bad? Maybe it's wired up incorrectly?

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Post Sun. Mar. 06, 2011 1:45 pm

goblin79 wrote:hay uall I got a ?. This weather here in ky has been great l8ly, but my combustneer hates it sence teh timer is bad. Is a new stock timer still avalable. I hate building a fire ever nite when it gets back down to the 40s, plus when im not home ive got a fire box full of coal to mine back out
Alot of timers will do the job, it's just that one needs to have the ability to wire it up to suit the purpose.

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Post Mon. Mar. 07, 2011 6:57 am

rockwood wrote:Are you sure the timer is bad? Maybe it's wired up incorrectly?
i really don't know need a wiring diragram to see
McGiever wrote:
goblin79 wrote:hay uall I got a ?. This weather here in ky has been great l8ly, but my combustneer hates it sence teh timer is bad. Is a new stock timer still avalable. I hate building a fire ever nite when it gets back down to the 40s, plus when im not home ive got a fire box full of coal to mine back out
Alot of timers will do the job, it's just that one needs to have the ability to wire it up to suit the purpose.
i sorta figered that I need time intervells and how to wire it inplace of the old one

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