Franco Belges Spare Parts?

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cynthiacajun

Post Tue. Nov. 22, 2005 8:02 pm

i have a franco belges coal boiler that is about 20 years old. I need to get new shaker grates and a riddling handle for it. the only place that I found them in was located in England. does anyone know anywhere in PA or surrounding that sells spare parts to this stove. the model number is 92.129 01. thanks.

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Richard S.
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Post Tue. Nov. 22, 2005 8:03 pm

you can try http://www.fireplacegallery.net He doesn't carry new parts but may have some used ones.

mitchell

Post Sat. Dec. 03, 2005 10:53 pm

Depending where you are located. Coal Energy Plus in New Cumberland PA is where I get my parts from. 717-774-0359


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Post Sun. Dec. 18, 2005 5:57 pm

I found a place that actually has the parts in stock - and lots of them! don't laugh but it is located in Great Britian. The prices are a little high and the shipping kills you but since no one around PA had the parts I needed - or never returned calls when they said they'd check, I don't mind taking my business elsewhere. http://oilstoves.co.uk/ vickie can help you find things via email. they have tech specs listed to find the correct part. my stove is about twenty years old and is used only to supplement the gas furnace (its a franco belge boiler). spending the money to fix the part that just wore out was more of a savings that using straight gas through the winter. just wanted to pass along the site if it could help anyone else.

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Post Sun. Dec. 18, 2005 7:06 pm

cajuncynthia wrote: don't laugh but it is located in Great Britian. .
Franco Belge is in Europe, noit sure which company. It's not suprising to me that you found them there. If you look on the franco belge site you'll find their stoves. As far as I know there is no dealers in the area. About 20-15 years ago they wer quite popular, not many other manufacturers were making stoves of that nature.

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