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replacement parts for antique wood burning cook stove

Posted by meandpaw (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 21, 08 at 21:58

I really need a grate and firewall for my antique copper 6 burner wood burning cookstove so we can begin using this. I have the number on the cookstove. Can anyone help?


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RE: replacement parts for antique wood burning cook stove

If you google "woodstove parts" you will turn up some sources, but my experience is that it can be very difficult to find replacements. You might be able to contact some stove restoration experts who can advise you on substitutes for the original parts. We have a wood-burning parlor stove for the primary heat source in our home and we also need a new grate for it, but haven't been able to find one. In the meantime, the head from a potato fork is just the right size to bridge the missing section of grate and keep the logs from falling through. Sometimes you do what you have to!

Annie


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RE: replacement parts for antique wood burning cook stove

I have 1929 Home Comfort cook stove which belonged to my grandmother. Over the years, the brackets for the towel bar on the back of the stove have been lost. I would also like to replace the liner in the reservoir and the grates in the fire box. Please let me know if you can help me find these parts, it would mean a lot to me. After I'm gone, the stove will be donated to the Historical Society in my grandmother's home town of Central Lake, MI.
Thank you,
Judy Moblo.


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