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Pellet Stove Parts




Finding Pellet Stove Parts


A nice fireplace brings not only supplementary heat, but also an inviting atmosphere to your home. However, things can wear out, leaving you in the cold. While some problems will require that the entire stove be replaced, most issues can be repaired. Finding pellet stove parts isn't difficult, if you keep a few things in mind during the shopping process.

The first thing to determine is whether the part is really spent, or whether a good cleaning will fix the issue. Check your chimney and vent pipe and ensure that all connections are properly affixed. Doing this quick check up can save you money on unneeded parts. If you do this and still are having issues, it's time to get things fixed.

In order to request parts, you will need some basic information about your stove. The brand should be clearly visible, whether you have a Breckwell, Whitfield or Austroflamm. You will then need to find the model number of your particular stove. Look for a small aluminum tag for this information.

Most manufacturers place this under the stove or tuck it into the hopper. However, it could be hidden. If you can not find the label, do a quick visual search online and you may find the information. You could also check your owner's manual, if you still have it.

If not, you may find the manual online as many manuifacturers have made them available on the Internet. The manual will also include a listing of the available parts, so you can see at a glance exactly what you need.

The next step is to find the best price for your pellet stove parts. While you can go to the manufacturer, they may not offer the most competitive service. It always pays to shop around or buy used. Also, keep in mind that many dealers generally carry specific product lines.

A store that specializes in Envirofire may not carry Harman parts. However, they may be able to order something specifically for you, so it never hurts to ask. Also, if you are having parts shipped to you, be sure that the shipping terms and costs are clearly understood.

Once you have the parts that you need in hand, you can repair your stove and get it back up and running. If you are handy, you may be able to do this on your own. Otherwise, hire a professional to ensure that it is done correctly.

 

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