I'm selling a charming Scandia310c, cast iron, non-catalytic, wood-burning stove to the highest bidder. NO RESERVE. We have burned this stove in the living room of our mountain home to help reduce the escalating propane fuel costs. We purchased this stove used nine years ago; it could use a fresh coat of stove polish. Inexpensive 8" single wall stovepipe can be shaped to snugly fit the cast iron oval flange. This stove is tight and works great heating our 1500 sq. ft. of living space. The maximum log length is about 18âeand is fed through the two front doors. The intensity and burn-time of the fire is controlled by the two sliding adjustable air ducts on the front of the stove (just below the doors). I am also including the wrench used to open/close the doors and damper. A neat feature of this stove: when opening the doors, you must first unlock the flange a quarter turn (above the right door) which opens the damper . The stove measures approximately 28âe tall, 22âe wide, and 16âe deep, weighs approximately 250 pounds, and requires an 8âe flue. The fire bricks in the bed of the interior, the fiberglass gaskets, and glass in the doors, were replaced a few years ago. This stove does NOT have a built-in ash pan for clean-out, nor do I have any operating manuals. The winning bidder must arrange with me for a local pick up day/time as well as furnish his own means of loading/transport. The stove is located at our mountain home approximately 12 miles east of Andrews, NC and only two miles from the Nantahala Lake . I'd recommend using a 4WD vehicle to make it up our steep driveway. This stove is sold âeoeas isâeâe¦Someoneâe(tm)s going to get a very cozy and economical wood-burning stove for a bargain.
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