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    Is it welded in place or bolted? I'm also trying to figure out the model.
    https://www.hearth.com/talk/wiki/fisher-stoves/
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    So the doors are the only cast part on the stove .... right?
    3/8ths .... holy moly!!!! They must hold the heat long after the fire is out.
    Last edited by A couple of bucks; 08-24-2019 at 11:46 AM.
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    Looks like 1st generation Grandma Bear. I dont see any welds

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    with the brick, they hold heat even longer. the cook stoves with cast fire box parts usually throw heat for 3-4 hours after the fire has gone out. in a 1000 sq' cabin, it cooks you out quite nicely.
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    I just ordered 10 replacement bricks. I'll have a few on hand for later if needed.

    All the fisher stove models use the same size fire brick

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