Oneida Royal LCW-101

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 8:52 pm

any one know of a place to get info on this furnace? parts? parts list? I can buy it for $50 but I want to know that it is possible to get parts for it still, and needs rebricked, other than that seems to be in great shape
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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 8:55 pm

MFG date 10/20/83 if that helps I cant seem to find anything on the net bout it

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 9:26 pm

All I am really concerned about is what kind of fire brick it takes and if need be a possible purchase of extra grate, thats it, everything else I can make work gaskets, blowers, switches, ect.

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 10:03 pm

Actually, I bought up the last parts Oneida Royal had in 1991. There hasn't been anything available in years. There was a place in Western Pa. called Heckler Bros that had Oneida parts but I'm not sure if they are still in business. I have an old no. of 412-922-6811 if you want to try.

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 10:08 pm

I don't know if this will help you http://www.furnacecompare.com/manufacturers/oneida_royal
it has some history of the buyout of Oneida royal. it only mentions HE gas and oil - no coal, there is contact information, perhaps you could contact them
someone there may be able to point you in the right direction?


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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 10:19 pm

On further examination, I think Curweensville heating may have bought Heckler Bros.
http://www.heatherfurnace.com

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 10:36 pm

Does it look like this one?
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If so, Bricks are 9"x4.5" same as common wood stove/ coal stove bricks. If the grate isn't warped and the shaker still works, the only thing to worry about is the pressure vessel. If you can put water in it and pessure test it, great. If not look for any signs of cracks or leaks and it is most likely OK.

For $50, if it passes the above tests, I would RUN out to buy it. It's worth close to $50 at the scrap yard!

I paid $130 for mine, don't remember what I sold it for.

-Don

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 11:26 pm

this one is forced air but if that had the cabinet around it i'd say it looks close from what I could see from the inside it is rounded like the outside of this one in pic thanks oilman and newbie and stoker, I will check the phone numbers and the website just got back

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 11:28 pm

think I will just get it and if I cannot find brick for it then I will pull the blowers and scrap it

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Post Fri. Jan. 31, 2014 11:43 pm

oilman wrote:On further examination, I think Curweensville heating may have bought Heckler Bros.
http://www.heatherfurnace.com
I am going to call them monday about a grate, and what other possibles are avail for this stove thanks oilman


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Post Sat. Feb. 01, 2014 10:00 pm

StokerDon wrote:Does it look like this one?
RoyalBoiler 002.JPG
RoyalBoiler 007.JPG
RoyalBoiler 011.JPG
RoyalBoiler 015.JPG
If so, Bricks are 9"x4.5" same as common wood stove/ coal stove bricks. If the grate isn't warped and the shaker still works, the only thing to worry about is the pressure vessel. If you can put water in it and pessure test it, great. If not look for any signs of cracks or leaks and it is most likely OK.

For $50, if it passes the above tests, I would RUN out to buy it. It's worth close to $50 at the scrap yard!

I paid $130 for mine, don't remember what I sold it for.

-Don
Don, the Royall and Oneida Royal are 2 different companies.

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Post Mon. Feb. 03, 2014 12:08 pm

the guy there was very helpful...although...he has a grates $134 n some change, he cant get fire brick for it bc it takes 4 on each side 15"x12x1 1/2" so I thought they where one piece so with that said I am not going to get it, Im looking into a hot blast on tractor supply in my area is $850 so I might as well just go new...

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Post Mon. Feb. 03, 2014 12:11 pm

and the front and rear bricks are not standard they are "by taper" so Im guessing they need to be custom cut/poured??? I don't know just buy a hotblast n be done with it

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Post Mon. Feb. 03, 2014 6:28 pm

lumpocoal wrote:and the front and rear bricks are not standard they are "by taper" so Im guessing they need to be custom cut/poured??? I don't know just buy a hotblast n be done with it
that's too bad- I'd have to say the old O/R would be better than a hot junk...........err....hot blast :)

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