Woodstove Tips & Troubleshooting

  • Gasket Inspection

    Gasket Inspection The door gasket on your stove keeps harmful carbon monoxide gas from filling your home; it also helps your stove burn more efficiently. Keeping up with gasket maintenance will help keep your family safe and use less fuel. When working with fiberglass gaskets, wear a long-sleev...
  • How to choose the right blower for your old Buck Stove

    The old 26000, 27000, and 28000 Buck Stoves used several different styles of blower motors.  Unfortunately, they are not all cross-compatible.   Most Buck stoves were sold with a three-speed blower system that would automatically turn the fan on and off as the stove heated up and cooled down. | ...
  • How to choose the right blower for your old Buck Stove

    The old 26000, 27000, and 28000 Buck Stoves used several different styles of blower motors.  Unfortunately, they are not all cross-compatible.   Most Buck stoves were sold with a three-speed blower system that would automatically turn the fan on and off as the stove heated up and cooled down. | ...
  • What model Buck woodstove do I have?

    One of the more common woodstove questions we are asked is, "How do I know which model of Buck Stove I have?" Fear not! We can help you solve this problem! Things to look for: If your stove was made after 1989 and has one door with a large piece of glass in the center, or a bay window on the fr...