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Vogelzang Durango High-Efficiency Wood Stove with Blower - Model# TR008

Item# 172903
"The Durango by Vogelzang is a no-nonsense, hard-working plate steel heating unit designed specifically to produce a hotter fire for longer periods of time with exceptionally low emissions. Higher levels of performance come from Turbo Burn technology which delivers air through cross-drilled reburn tubes in the top of the airtight firebox, resulting in more complete combustion. This produces a hotter fire while extending the burn time up to 12 hours Fan circulates warm air throughout room. Meets stringent emission performance standards for the state of Washington. Heating Capability sq. ft. 1,500, Igniter Manual, Clearance from Side Wall in. 22, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 100, Blower CFM 100, Heat Settings 1, Flue Collar Size in. 6, Clearance from Rear Wall in. 11, Mobile Home Approved No, Fuel Type Wood, Full Load Run Time Hours 12, Dimensions W x D x H in. 17 1/2 x 34 x 26, Blower Included Yes, UL UL approved, Firebox Size W x D in. 13 1/2 x 27, Stove Pipe Included No, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 26, Door Opening W x H in. 12 x 9, BTU Output 73,790, EPA Certified Yes, Clearance from Corner in. 13, Thermostat Included No, Product Type Stove. Heavy-gauge 3/16in. steel plate stove Turbo Burn technology Produces a hotter fire for longer periods of time with extremely low emissions Delivers secondary air to top of firebox for more complete combustion Large 2.2 cu. ft. brick-lined firebox Cast iron gasketed feed door Over 75 efficient Safety tested to UL standard 1482 Not for installation in mobile or manufactured homes"
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Questions & Answers for Vogelzang Durango High-Efficiency Wood Stove with Blower - Model# TR008

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Do the legs need to be istalled if I set the stove on a concrete floor?

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This stove is intended for use with the legs attached. The screws that hold the legs in place also hold the bottom heating shield in place.
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will stove operate with a "magic heat blower"?

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I believe you are referring to a heat reclaimer, and yes this item will work with a heat reclaimer that fits a 6 inch flue. See the recommended item below for an example heat reclaimer that would work for this stove.
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Thermostat

Does this wood stove have an automatic Thermostat?
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This wood stove would not have an automatic thermostat. There is not one available for the stove.
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The TR008 wood stove does not have a Automatic Thermostat or one available for purchase.
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My Son in law bought a used one with no fire brick. Does it use standard size brick?

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The Vogelzang Durango Stove uses standard fire brick which is our item number 173618. This is shown below.
 
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This stove used a standard sized firebrick. http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200325974_200325974
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Flue

What is the height of just the flue? Starting from the top of the stove. According to the description the height only includes the top the stove. I need the flue height measurements also.
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The height of the flue is 1 1/2".
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why can't this be installed in mobil homes

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Mobile home stoves need an extra air intake outlet built into them. See my recommendation below for approved mobile home installation..
 
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I would say that this stove would be too large for a mobile home and would quite possible cause a fire...mobile homes are built using tin or plastic... this stove runs very hot and if not a fire could melt to the outside of your home...I would not recommend it for a mobile home... go with pellet or smaller wood stove...
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
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Beave
 - Gardner MA
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Check with you local building office. In most of the US we work under Inter. Building code of "IBC". As a builder I would be guessing that is has to do with how a moble home is built and insulated. When I installed my stove I used a fire insulation wrap on the 2x4 wood, then repplaced the drywall with "Hardy" concret board, then tile floor wall 8 feet wide and to the top of the wall. Bottom line take with a installer or a builder because the stove gets hot!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
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Loweralabama
 - Alabama
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Ash Pan??

How do you clean out the ashes? Is there a bottom ash pan or just the old fashion way of brush, sweep and vac?
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Ctree
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The Vogelzang Durango does not have an ash pan. The ash must be scooped or vacuumed out.
 
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I use an ash shovel. The only place that is tricky is along the front I use a brush to move it away from the wall so I can pick it up with the shovel.
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rubthewood
 - Mystic, CT
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We simply use a small flat shovel as there is no ash removal system. Depending on the wood used this may need to be down weekly or as seldom as once a month.
 
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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Gray2Hairs
 - Okanogan Highlands, Washington
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can this stove be installed in an existing fireplace

asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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The stove can be installed in an existing fireplace. The manual gives instructions for this type installation.
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Where is this stove made?

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This stove is manufactured in China.
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OUTSIDE AIR TERMINATION? Windows?

Can this stove be converted to use an OUTSIDE AIR TERMINATION KIT? Also, how far from a window do I need to keep it?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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The Vogelsang Durango Stove is not compatible with any outside air applications. Standard clearance ratings are 22 inches from side walls, 11 inches from rear wall and 13 inches from corners but always check and comply with local codes and ordinances for installation.
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