combustioneer stove 77B Question on duct work

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Post by christack » Mon. Nov. 04, 2019 12:20 pm

Looking at a combustioneer 77B stoker coal stove and my question is can you hook duct work to my duct work and how big of sq ft will it heat? Thanks

 
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Post by McGiever » Mon. Nov. 04, 2019 5:21 pm

Welcome!
It is a 'space heater', and not a furnace.
You could connect ducts but you'd want a better blower, but not too big of blower either.

Do you have the manual and operator's guide?

 
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Post by christack » Mon. Nov. 04, 2019 5:32 pm

Hello McGiever No manual or operators guide . Sorry new at this going to see if i can send a picture.download/file.php?mode=view&id=97924

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Post by McGiever » Tue. Nov. 05, 2019 12:11 am

Here's the manual:
COMBUSTIONEER 77B Manual.pdf
.PDF | 5.4MB | COMBUSTIONEER 77B Manual.pdf

 
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Post by carlherrnstein » Tue. Nov. 05, 2019 6:09 pm

Get it, you will not regret it. I paid $350 for mine, had to replace the timer motor in the control box($100), and fit a new convection fan($100), and a couple years back I had to replace the coal screw($200) I expect it will outlast me.

Just check that the hopper is not rotted out and that the gearbox is not seized.

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