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Its a front loading,top vent box style looks similar to franklin style
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi John, it should say on the front or somewhere near the control panel what model it is. If you could email a good picture of it to me I might be able to tell. If it is a Monitor heater, go to www.monitor.com or if it is a Toyostove heater go to www.toyostove.com and you can download an owners manual. The most recent models of Monitor gas heater are the GF 3800 and GF 1800. The older one is the GF 500. You can send a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks Redniten, I looked on the Monitor Website and found out that it is a GF 500. I was told that it worked just fine when it was put away but does this need a "tune up" "
SOURCE: i boughta vermont castings model
It the opening on the stove is on top of the stove, it's a 'B' vent. If the opening is in the back of the stove it's a "Direct Vent". However, some models have a connection on the back that's facing up,. A 90 degree elbow can be used to convert it to a horizontal run to enter an existing chimney, but then it must elbow up to connect to the pipe that is required to line the chimney. You should not just stop the pipe above the damper. It needs to run all the way to the top of the chimney, then have flashing seal the chimney's clay liner and a termination cap on the top.
here is a link to the Owners Manual/Installation Instructions for a Model 2600. It installs the same way as the 2610. http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/mdownloads/62b85343-a800-4898-85a1-3d6d3c524259.pdf
Hope this helps you sort things out and do a proper installation.
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
With a wood stove or vent type chimney it is easy, just
take a section of chimney out and insert the heater. With a brick chimney you
may have room to put the heater in from inside the house. If not, lower the heater
down the chimney.
ChimneyHeaters.com Chimney Heat Exchanger
Hi. I also have the toyo stove and that combined with one of these Heat exchangers will heat a 2000 sq/ft House to the point that you have to open the windows in winter.
I got mine at Chimneyheaters.com but I am sure there are of lots of places that have them.
Posted on Jun 02, 2012
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