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Hank Togna

Dover, NJ

#1 Aug 22, 2008
I have a Huntsman Wood Burning Stove
in my baement.
Do you know any one that has the
owner's manual for a Huntsman Stove
or the Dealer for this?
Hank
etogna7@hotmail.com
Hank Togna

Dover, NJ

#2 Sep 4, 2008
Is there a owner's manual for Huntsman Stove?

etogna7@hotmail.com
do you make this Huntsman Stove any more?
Hank Togna

Dover, NJ

#3 Sep 4, 2008
Does anyone have info, for a Huntsman Stove
engraved on the stove is
"The Atlanta Stove Works, Atl.GA"??
"Patent Pending" ??
etogna7@hotmail.com
brenda

Washington, DC

#6 Sep 12, 2008
Hank Togna wrote:
Does anyone have info, for a Huntsman Stove
engraved on the stove is
"The Atlanta Stove Works, Atl.GA"??
"Patent Pending" ??
etogna7@hotmail.com
if you have found any information i would also be interested .we have one that i am trying to value. i know that my grandmother had this stove in her very first home. we are guessing it is at least 50 years old looks hand welded and is still in pristine condition . the inner hearth stone are all still clean .
mike romano

Watertown, NY

#7 Nov 18, 2008
Hank Togna wrote:
Does anyone have info, for a Huntsman Stove
engraved on the stove is
"The Atlanta Stove Works, Atl.GA"??
"Patent Pending" ??
etogna7@hotmail.com
hank,

I have the manual for the huntsman...have the same model...in my closet if you still need information from it
Mike
onamor22@yahoo.com

“I am listening.......”

Since: Jun 08

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#8 Nov 19, 2008
Is the Atlanta Stove works where Kevin Rathbun's steak house is and has anyone been to eat there?
Jack Chagnon

Narragansett, RI

#9 Nov 24, 2008
I also have a Huntsman Wood Stove. Its steel with brick linning. Its has three controls in the front door. My question is the two bottom controls which screw in and out go all the way in and seal, the top one has a stop to let a small amount of air in. My question is after I get the stove going and want to turn it down for slow burning do I shut the two bottom ones down and use only the top one to control air entry? I too would like a manual.
Linda Edkins NH

Jaffrey, NH

#10 Jan 6, 2009
I too have a Huntsman wood stove. All of a sudden I have water in my chimney clean out. No reason. Chimney clean and in good condition, we use it constantly. Any suggestions? I would also like a manual. Thanks for any help!
Pete Peters N J

Beach Haven, NJ

#11 Jan 30, 2009
I have atlanta stove circa 1920 box 27..Is the stove company still in business?.Im trying to find out its worth.It is in very good shape ..Thank you for any infomation
Michael Hammerstone

Long Valley, NJ

#12 Feb 9, 2009
I also have a HUNTSMAN,and would love a copy of the manual! Thank You for any info.
Rodney Murray

Mobile, AL

#13 Apr 19, 2009
I HAVE A OLD BOX #27 &TRYING TO RESTORE .I NEED TWO LEGS FOR IT.CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHERE TO GET THEM FROM
pete peters

Beach Haven, NJ

#14 Apr 19, 2009
this old box u have any idea what its worth is mine is totally redone
Morgocon

United States

#15 Sep 26, 2009
I just acquired a Atlanta Stove Works Box 27 as well. The top slides - should it be sealed? It has a tab like it's supposed to slide, but when i fired it up outside, a lot of smoke came out from there - I don't want to bring it into the yurt (our home) until i have it tight enough to draft properly. I also want to put a gasket on the door - is this an appropriate thing to do?

I can be reached at Morgocon23@yahoo.com

Thanks for any help anyone can give.

Ric M-O
Danielle D

Middleboro, MA

#16 Oct 7, 2009
I have a newly purchased Huntsman wood stove from a friend, no manual or manufacturer specs. According to our home owners insurance I have to have that for the specs. Anyone that can help I would appreciate it!
Glenn

Perry, GA

#17 Oct 7, 2009
I wish Marthasville Brewing success. I wish they could produce products that would last as long as the previous owner did, but alas this type of manufacturing has left America and we only flip hamburgers and serve beer.
messer

Maiden, NC

#19 Jan 31, 2010
Biggest piece of crap for a stove always smokes up the house they did not make them right they do not draw like the other woodstoves we have had in the past any one know how to fix this
ron

Live Oak, FL

#20 Jul 1, 2010
i have a box wood stove or heater with atlanta stove works in the front and 27 on the door. it seems to be complete except for the top and the wood grate inside the box, if it even had one. if anyone has any info about when it was made or where i can find parts please let me know.
Gary Cruz

Oceanside, CA

#21 Sep 30, 2010
I have a Atlanta Stove Works #box 27 with one broken leg (part 316 bakers stove leg ) written on it. Otherwise it is in perfect condition. If anyone has any information on availability of parts & information about this model stove please contact me at gsccruz50@yahoo.com
pickylady

Greensboro, NC

#22 Nov 14, 2010
Gary Cruz wrote:
I have a Atlanta Stove Works #box 27 with one broken leg (part 316 bakers stove leg ) written on it. Otherwise it is in perfect condition. If anyone has any information on availability of parts & information about this model stove please contact me at gsccruz50@yahoo.com
This post is so interesting to me. My life began in woodstove heated homes 71 years ago. After college I lived in Atlanta, just a mile or so away from the Atlanta Stove Works. Now, after retirement in NC I have acquired an old ASW woodburner with a number 27 firebox. I see posts about this little stove from Georgia, California and all locations in between. I've almost come full circle!
One panel of the firebox is cracked. That can be repaired, but I wondered if it should have firebricks inside the firebox? Or, even better, does anyone on this thread have the front, left panel for the #27 firebox?
I look forward to reading more on this and other related threads, Ann
Jason Payne

Broomfield, CO

#23 Dec 16, 2010
I have a huntsman woodburning stove it has two doors (a deer jumping a log appears on them) three dampers on each door a total of six ( i can email a picture of the stove if it helps).Was whanting to know what the dampers are for and how to use them.Also was wanting to figure the model number out on the top it has what looks like a shelf. At the top of the doors it goes horizontal a foot or so then vertical a foot (on that vertical part is an eagle) or so then horizontal to the back of th stove.I would greatly appreciate any knowledge on the model number and how to use the dampers.Please email me at jdp302010@hotmal.com. Thank you very much

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