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Where do i find a door seal for a woodchief model wc3-78 auto wood heater

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Door gaskets for wood burning stoves come in a verity of sizes ranging in different diameters for round gaskets, and thicknesses for flat gaskets. First determine which type you require, then measure the diameter (round) or thickness (flat) at a point that has not been compressed by the door. If you search the make and model of the unit online, you will likely find the measurement that you need. Many hardware stores and lumber yards (Canadian Tire in Canada) carry an assortment of sizes and kits that also contain the high temperature adhesive.

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If you are in the US then this link may be useful. WC3 78 Suburban Wood Stove Parts

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