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- Location: Kent CT
- Hand Fed Coal Stove: V ermont Castings 2310, Franco Belge 262
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Not sure, but one model may include the fan and bi-metal thermostat.
what kind of mortar is the old stuff? My house is 137 yrs old and the morter looks the same. you said something and lime mortar. Also, I'm thinking about getting a warm morning coal stove also. Looking at Mayne the WM 523 100 lb. capacity stove. It will be in my living room as my sole source of heat. Will burn lump coal/Bituminous coal in it. https://theemailshop.co.uk/
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- Location: Chillicothe,Ohio
- Hand Fed Coal Stove: D.S.Machine 1400 (sold) looking for another stove
- Coal Size/Type: Lump/Bituminous
The only thing That I noticed different that is the grill below the feed door. Some have chrome bars/slates instead of a grill made into the cabinet.