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Post By: D.lapan » Sat. Aug. 05, 2017 11:13 am

Just picked up a acme ventiduct 118, big old double heater, anyone have any parts for this or need any parts off of it?

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Post By: [email protected] » Sat. Feb. 24, 2018 8:37 pm

hello Dana,
Do you still have this stove and some of the parts. I'm interested in the lower, lager front door with the central vent. Mine is chipped at the top lip so won't seal properly, plus the hinges are worn and the door sags a touch. You still have that door?
Sincerely, Dan Rochester, Ny

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Post By: D.lapan » Sat. Feb. 24, 2018 9:31 pm

Yes, I will go out in the morning and take some pics of the pieces you need.
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Post By: D.lapan » Sun. Feb. 25, 2018 11:59 am

Door is perfect has no hindge drop when opened, attached are pics
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Post By: [email protected] » Thu. Mar. 01, 2018 5:56 pm

It seems like it could be the same doors as mine. I would need the smaller top door too. I noticed mine is chipped along the bottom and doesn't seal well to the top of the lower door. My ACME stove has a "38" in the skirt just below the center of the bottom door. Does yours too? Sincerely, Dan

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Post By: D.lapan » Thu. Mar. 01, 2018 6:09 pm

I see no 38 but it has 118 cast into the skirt, the doors have 18-5 and 18-526 cast into them, I can get measurements if you need them the upper door handle is missing but the door is in good shape


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Post By: [email protected] » Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 8:19 pm

Hmmm? Might not be the same parts/pieces after all. My stove doors have different casting numbers on them and I noticed that my vents look a bit different- not as domed as those shown on your stove. I opened the two doors together (top and bottom) and measured the inside dimensions of the rectangular opening. It is almost 12-1/2" wide by 15-3/4" tall at the narrowest places. Is your opening in the stove body the same size?

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Post By: D.lapan » Wed. May. 23, 2018 11:22 am

Sorry it has taken so long for me to get back to you, I got busy and forgot all about it until I walk past it last night.
If you want to pay the shipping I will send you the doors and you can see if they fit, if they do give me $50 for them if they don’t send them back

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