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Wood Stove NEED INFO - Atlanta Stove Works Model #26
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KHill    Posted 08-27-2002 at 15:46:35       [Reply]  [No Email]

I've got a Franklin-style wood stove that's made by Atlanta Stove Works - Model 26. I'm trying to find a manual or the technical specifications for it. Anybody have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!


Tony    Posted 05-21-2009 at 14:52:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am selling the same stove for a friend.Atlantic was bought out by BIRMINGHAM STOVE WORKS around 1940.They made stoves with the ATLANTIC name throuth the early 1980's, and then became B'HAM STOVE & RANGE.The only paperwork I believe I have is set back distances and original brochure.I casn try to scan them and email them to you . Let me know only to my email and I also would need yours.......Tony


Mountain Resident    Posted 03-07-2009 at 17:36:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also have acquired one of the same, model #26. Atlanta Stove is out of busniess. This model is based on the Franklin Stove (as in Ben)and almost looks identical. It will burn wood or coal. When the doors are open, serves as a fireplace too (use a screen!) Nearest replica I could find is the Franklin Fireplace at www.vogelzang.com. Maybe their parts are compatible? Hope this helps!


Frank Moffitt    Posted 02-06-2009 at 11:52:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
HAVE AN ATLANTA STOVE WORKS "REBEL" #119--NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PARTS AND IF STOVE WILL HANDLE COAL.
THANKS,
FRANK


Cathy    Posted 10-23-2008 at 11:11:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a Franklin Stove made by Atlanta Stove model 26 also. We just got it all installed and applied for the permit and they need a UL approval, which they said should be stamped on the back of the stove. It is NOT on there.... does anyone know if this is UL approved an if so, do you have any documentation saying so? We would GREATLY appreciate any info anyone has. We are trying to supplement our heat with wood as we realize we can not afford to pay for our oil bill this winter.
Thank you Cathy


Mountain Resident    Posted 03-07-2009 at 17:49:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My model #26 also has no UL stamped on the back. These may have been made prior to this now needed info?


William    Posted 11-21-2008 at 07:18:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Cathy, I have the original documentation for my Atlanta Stove Works Model 26. There is no mention of UL listing for this stove. I have copied the manual to PDF if you are interested. As a second note, I realy enjoy the Franklin Stove, but find it is not an efficient heater. You would be much better off with an airtight stove designed as a convection heater. The drawback to the open hearth style fireplace is that it draws large volumes of air out of your room. This means your heating bills could actualy increase when using the fireplace, as the manual recomends leaving the doors open. I have learned to keep the fire size moderate and operate with the doors closed to prolong the burn time, and convect heat instead of radiate.

-william-


Mountain Resident    Posted 03-07-2009 at 17:51:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Any chance of you sending me the PDF of the manual for the model #26? Sure would be appreciated!!
Thanks!


Kelly Anderson    Posted 09-07-2009 at 11:50:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I could sure use the pdf of the manual as well. Just bought at a garage sale and it came partially disassembled. I appreciate any help.


John Anzelde    Posted 01-17-2009 at 16:18:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I read your comment to Cathy and would like a copy of the info you have on PDF. Please email it to me as soon as possible. I bought this house last year and my fire place had a gas line hook up and my bill was outrageous last year. Can I burn wood in it without fear of starting a chimney fire?


Kay Lynn Sebelski    Posted 09-10-2008 at 13:51:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have one that is in great shape. Contact us in St. Louis. 314-409-8731 ask for Chris


joel    Posted 10-07-2008 at 14:52:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
if you find the info. i would really like to see what the req. are i have one to and need the same info you need to . thanks


Mary Welden in Camden, Mi    Posted 09-06-2008 at 08:18:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just bought an older Atlanta Stove Works that says "Woodsmen"
on the door and has the same deer jumping over a log on the
door. The opening for the pipe is on the back. The pins to hold
the door on are missing but I have placed an order for new ones.
Can anybody tell me anything about this stove? I would love an
owners manual if someone has one and could email or snail mail
or even fax me a copy. I'd like to know how far from the wall it
needs to be and how many square feet it will heat. I believe it
may be too small for my house but I am guessing it will at least
help to cut down on the natural gas bill. I am also looking for
someone in Hillsdale county Michigan area that can install it for
me.
Mary in Camden


Tony V    Posted 10-18-2008 at 17:34:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi Mary,
I have an Atlanta Stove Works Huntsman Model 241C installed in our basement. It has a single front door with the hinge on the right side with the deer jumping over the logs and three vent control covers to adjust the air flow. It was installed in 1984 or 85 and inspected by our local fire marshal to ensure it complied with the local building code. Your local building code will determine safe installation distances, so I recommend contacting someone in your local town such as the fire marshal or building inspector before installing and lighting it. This part is important as you may need a special certificate authorizing the use of a stove to satisfy your insurance company.
I am happy with it's performance and it adequately heats the basement with residual heat venting up the stairs to the first floor which is kept pretty warm depending on how cold it is outside. I have the original owner's manual which is about 12 pages and an installation guide that was provided by our town.
If this is the same stove that you have, I would be happy to either scan and email or copy and mail a copy to you. Let me know your correct mailing or email address so I can do this for you.
I guess it's getting cold in Michigan already. We are just starting to see the leaves turn here in Connecticut with the colder weather (55-60)rolling in. Stove is ready and firewood is split. Have a warm winter.
Tony V


Becky Smith    Posted 05-21-2009 at 12:10:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm an insurance agent looking for the UL testing information on the Huntsman. The stove is not labled and need to know if/whom tested the stove to UL specs. If you have a manual on the stove, the information would be in it. Typical testing companies today are Arnold- Greene, Omni, and Warnock-Hershey. I don't know when they started testing stoves--hopefully someone has this info to help me.
Thanks


MATT    Posted 11-24-2008 at 16:12:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi, I just installed the Huntsman stove in our basement and love it. Does your's have 3 dials on the door. If it does, would you mind emailing a copy of the manual to us. Thank you, it would be greatly appreciated. My wife grew up with wood stoves, but I'm new and still uncomfortable with them.


richard lohman    Posted 11-23-2008 at 09:47:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have the original owners manual for the model you described,(model 24 Woodsman)if you like I will copy it and mail.
best of luck.
Sincerely,
Rich


Jeff    Posted 12-30-2008 at 05:13:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just recieved a Woodsman woodstove that fits this description. I would love to have a manual for this stove. I have been using it for a week and it works great. It has raised the temp. in the house by an average of 6 dgrees over our last stove. I wire brushed the whole thing due to rust, and then used stove polish on it. It now looks new.
Thanks,
Jeffre


Cindy    Posted 12-03-2008 at 09:29:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Tony V- This past summer I bought a used "Woodsman"; it fits the description posted on here. I am just now finally getting a chance to get it installed. In fact my chimney is going right now. The stove needs a little attention; I would surely appreciate it if I could also get a copy of the manual.


Janet Gerry Stoll    Posted 10-22-2008 at 05:53:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Would you be willing to send us a copy via email of your owners manual as well? We have installed the same model into our home. The stove came from my husbands grandmothers house but did not come with a manual.

Sincerely,
Janet Stoll


Ashley    Posted 07-02-2008 at 21:28:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an Atlanta Stove Works Model #26 (2757) Atlanta, GA Pat. No. 208891. Looking for estimated value so that I can sell it for my Grandmother. Any information is greatly appreciated. Located in Indiana.


joel    Posted 10-07-2008 at 14:58:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
if you find the info. your looking for could you forward it in any way shape or form i sure could use it 330-648-9019 ask for joel


Linda    Posted 02-05-2008 at 14:10:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an Atlanta Stove Works Model 22 Franklin. Does anyone know the estimated value?


lon    Posted 08-20-2007 at 18:14:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
thinking abt getting a Atlanta Stove Works model 26. I guy I know has one in pretty good shape for 125.00. Is that a good price? No grate. What else should I look for.
Thanks for the help!
Lon


paul    Posted 09-06-2006 at 11:59:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello. I have a franklin 2280 but don't want to sell the parts. I don't seem to be able to find it on the internet. Would you have any information, written or verbal, that might help. Thanks and appreciated, Paul


J. Feike    Posted 01-29-2007 at 10:18:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The Atlanta Stove Works Model 26 (imprinted 2280 on the rear) is now Model FS260E Franklin Fireplace at Vogelzang International Corporation; it's era is 1978/1979. Full specs and owner's manual for this cast iron fireplace and others originally made by Atlanta Stove Works...the link posted by Sheila takes you right there...thx Sheila 8)


sheila    Posted 01-02-2007 at 07:25:19       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Just bought this stove myself. (used) Found the owners manual at : www.vogelzang.com/Manuals/fs260eMnl.htm

How's your stove working?


Roxanne    Posted 11-16-2007 at 15:35:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Franklin Atlanta Stove Works no. 118A. I wanted to know how old it is and what it may be worth. I want to sell it.


Steve Crinklaw    Posted 01-21-2006 at 12:53:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I too have a model 26 franklin fireplace woodstove and am looking for info on this model. If anyone can email me the info or fax @ 519-659-7483. Don't know the age, or where parts could be obtained. It's old. Thanks.


paul mcmahon    Posted 10-23-2006 at 18:05:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Did you ever find any information on your model 26 Atlanta Stove? I've just acquired one and am looking for manual or any info. Thanks Paul


John    Posted 12-04-2007 at 20:04:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Model 26 and the papers that came with it. I need a new grate for it and cannot find out if parts are available... if not I will make or repair the old ones. I can send copies of the papers that came with it but not the originals.


Barbara    Posted 12-06-2007 at 14:19:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi John. Did you ever find out if parts are available for the Model 26? I have one as well and I need to change the 8" pipe on the stove to a 6" to fit into my chimney.


Kathleen Griswold    Posted 01-07-2005 at 08:44:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My friend has an Atlanta Stove Works Huntsman model 400DD that he uses to heat his log cabin. Most of the time he burns it with the doors open but closes them at night and the cabin stays around 60 overnight. The round drafts can be set but he doesn't use them. He cooks on the flat top with good results. He has the original manual dated 12/15/1979, I was looking to see if I could order parts but it seems the factory has been converted to other uses.


John Zornow    Posted 01-06-2007 at 08:28:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I need a manual or specifications for my Huntsman wood stove before I can obtain a permit to install. Does anyone have one to copy?


Dave Neumann    Posted 09-01-2004 at 06:08:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Recently purchased a wood stove manufactured by the Atlanta stove works co. It has a chamber on top, says Huntsman on the door with three knobs for controling the draft & has a picture of a deer jumping over a log. This is my first wood stove & would like any information regarding clearances from walls and operation. Does anyone know what model this might be the person i bought it from said it was about eight years old. But i cannot find any info. on the model or the mfg.


marino sandoval    Posted 10-25-2007 at 09:11:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have the same stove and i also need specs on it. im trying to get a permit to install. this is all i need so i can continue with my addition to my house


victor    Posted 08-28-2006 at 18:01:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I need the manual to this stove.... anyone got it??


philipbalmer    Posted 10-10-2006 at 20:19:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Dude i have the manual for your stove and a stove just like yours for sale.


Curtis Carlson    Posted 11-25-2007 at 03:47:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just bought a Huntsman wood stove and was looking for a manual. Just wondering if you still have it?


Sam Kilpatrick    Posted 02-22-2007 at 21:21:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am in Connecticut and have been looking to purchanse a used Huntsman for some time. Gave mine to a cousin and wish i hadnt. Still available?


victor bogia    Posted 02-07-2007 at 17:26:52       [Reply]  [Send Email]
can you email your # .i been loking for this manual everywhere.


tony    Posted 12-07-2005 at 09:38:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Sounds like the exact model that I have.
You need 24-36 inches of clearance to combustibles. I have had a fire going in mine for seven days now and it heats my 1200 SF home very well. The only problem I have is that I cannot find the proper connection method for the outlet on the back. Standard six inch stove pipe does not fit in or over the outlet flange. I had to cut V shaped pleats in the male end of the stove pipe to get it to force into the stove flange outlet. It works fine but I know it is not the proper way. Please let me know if you find the proper method.

Thanks


Wynay    Posted 12-15-2005 at 16:41:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Desperately need information on a 2 level Huntsman by Atlanta Stove Works. Unknown age. It does not appear to 'draw' very well, smoking up the house when the fire starts. I am not sure it's installed properly, and don't know a thing about how to work it. Please help! 678-580-1660.


Josh Attleson    Posted 10-14-2005 at 19:36:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I own a Woodstove manufactured by Atlanta Stove Works, it is a Huntsman Model #241. I have the original instructions and operation manual if anyone needs information on how to use it or technical info, just email me at jattleson@yahoo.com for information.
My grandfather installed it in my house in 1974 brand new, it has served us many a cold winter here in maine. I have found that it can keep a fire up to 18 hours at a time if properly handled. As to the monatary value I have no idea.


Tony    Posted 12-07-2005 at 09:32:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have the Huntsman Model and I had a fire in it for seven days straight.
The only problem I have is finding the proper connection to the outlet on the back of the stove, standard 6 inch stove pipe does not fit in or over with out modification. Do you know wht the proper connection is?


William D Perry    Posted 01-27-2004 at 17:11:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a wood stove made by "The Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta, Ga...It is a 2 level stove, top level is 35" high x 18.5" wide and the total length is 34". On the front door is the name HUNTSMAN...anyone know anything about this stove and its cost/value?


Bill Bernard    Posted 09-15-2008 at 14:48:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I too, would like information on Atlanta Stove Works Model 20, which also has another number, 2757, on the back. Is this a pellet stove, or wood burning?


marie    Posted 11-25-2004 at 19:01:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I bought this stove from sears in tampa in 83. Great stove,but very hungry even in tampa's moderate climate.Paid $495 for it. Are you interested in selling the screen? Mine is shot and I haven't been able to find one or any one to fabricate a duplicate


Susan inThornhurst PA    Posted 11-07-2007 at 19:16:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I bought a house with this exact Hunstman Stove with deer jumping on the door with air knobs shaped like logs. I little over a year ago I knew nothing but thru desperate need of heat: learned, and now feel qualified to remark.This stove is not overly hungry - you just need to learn it's sweet spot. I love mine(though I wish the front door had a little glass window)
Line it with firebrick, have a pro hook-up a new stainless steel stovepipe with the fancy anti-weather/anti-animal top at the top outside.Make sure you have a damper/ knob a foot or so up the stove pipe so you can adjust it easily. Also the taller your total chimney the stronger your updraft will be. Invest un a simple $11 magnetic stove pipe themometer.It's marked with the creosite range which is below 230*(too cool) and the supposedly too dangerous (hot) area of above 480*. Seeing the temp rise & drop in conjuction with exactly what I was doing at the time - helped me to learn what caused what to happen in my wood burning self-teaching. It's an indespensable tool!
I believe it helps to place the stove halfway into a stone-lined alcove (even the a man-made stone is good) That configuration will throw the heat back into the room and reheat the stove from the outside of it. I believe the more heated up the stove is allaround - the less energy is wasted warming & sustaining the warmth of the metal itself & instead thrown off into the room. Place one candy bar size chunk of fire starter in the middle and one about 8" further back- both propped slightly up by a tiny chunk of broken firebrick(air needs to get under it). Place peices of whatever kindling you have over it in a kinda loosly tee-pee ish style. Light it with your torch lighter (back first of course). I think it's harder to get it going on too clean a floor. Don't know why but it lights easier on a bed of fluffy old ash.Put your damper in the fully open position and your 3 regulator air knobs half way open. Give it a few gentle breaths of air to encourage the smoke up the chimney then quickly close the door to the "just barely cracked open" latched position. This will help the air rush thru the air holes into the stove & up the chimney and set the air traffic pattern so to speak, and keep it from going into your house. If you set this starterfire too close to the front it will not feel the updraft strong enough & go out. If you set this starter fire too close to the back it will feel the updraft too strong and go out rather that be stoked. You have to get it in its sweet spot. Which I find easier to nail it if I set 2spots just to play it safe especially if the weather is damp and windy. Also :FORGET THE SCREEN. You aren't goingto get efficient BTU's out o your wood with all that uncontrled air rushing into it.No wonder your stoves hungry!
Now placeyou real wood in a criss crossed patternover this starter fire checking it every ten minutes. You'll get the hang of what works with practice(its no use describing it to you)justdon't let it go dead, jostle the logsa little bit every now &then while it builds up heat. let it work on itself for 20 min thenad another 2 logs. Turn the damper down just a little bit and turn more closed the air hole knobs just a touch.shut door tight &leave itself forhalf hour. Check it's progress If & when it has gotten enough of the wood to the glowing
orange/red deep hot embers stage break up the peices a bit(this should beeasy by now) and take a wide edged poker and rake the bed of hot orange embers forward & backin nice even coat over the stove floor entirely. You'll feel the REAL heat now!Throw two more logs in, shut the door tight turndownthe damper a little more and choke off the air regular holes to a small amount. Now just leave it & you'll see just how the heat will can be given off at a slow staedy pace even while you sleep at night.
This is the start of a beautiful wood stove relationship!


Ronda    Posted 12-27-2007 at 17:55:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have had the same huntsmen woodstove for last 25 years. My husband has a real hard time getting the stove started. But you are exactly correct I do the same procedure almost to the t and it works everytime. Kudos to you for your great explaination of starting a fire. We did have a professional finally come in and install the piping and have not had a problem since. WE were going through a pipe elbow a year and a back up of smoke in the house until we had someone install it professionally


Jane Schmidt    Posted 11-03-2003 at 19:38:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We are having trouble too! We have the stove in pieces,
but there is no manual on how to put it together. If you
could fax a copy to us also, we would really appreciate
it. I can send you our fax # via email. Or if anyone finally
found a download on the internet, that would be great!

Please contact us if you can fax over a manual.

Thanks,
John and Jane


bill    Posted 10-07-2005 at 16:51:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
vogelzang.com has a parts list on there web site that may be of some help


jan bever    Posted 07-02-2004 at 12:53:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
the huntsman 2 level wood stove, had ours several years and need any info please.


Gerald Shaw    Posted 11-29-2007 at 08:05:24       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a cast iron wood heater model 2401U and
one of the grates are broken and we would like to
know if there are any distributors in our area.
We live in Cleveland, Texas 77327. Would appreciate if you could help us locate the item.
If you could furnish your phone number it would
speed up the process.
Thanks
Gerald Shaw


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Ross Cameron    Posted 11-28-2003 at 15:34:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have also been looking for the manual for
model#26 (Atlanta stove works) and would be
greatly appreciative if someone can e-mail or
fax it to me. Also any tips on using this stove
would be helpful. Its my first one and I dont
seem to be having much success keeping the
fire going.


Bob    Posted 07-05-2008 at 05:05:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Did anyone ever find setback from combustable materials information for a Huntsman from the Atlanta Stove Works? I would need it to be a copy of the manufatures installation requirements.


Gary    Posted 07-12-2009 at 18:55:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also have the sdame stove and looking for any info that anyone might have. Thanks


Betsy Suzor    Posted 09-26-2003 at 06:56:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I've got the manual for the Early American Franklin Fireplace models 22, 26, + 32. It was purchased from Atlanta Stove Works in Georgia about 15 years ago. Give me a shout if you'd like a copy. I'd be happy to fax it to you.


David Shaw Sr.    Posted 11-05-2006 at 21:03:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would like to find out as much information that you have about the Atlanta Stove Co., especially the stove Model 26. I have had one for 15 years and I love it. I have used it for 5 years, stored it inside for 5 years, taken it aprart for 5 years, then I fully refurbished it. I have no interest in selling it, but I would like to know as much as I can about it. My past searches have not resulted in much. Please contact me, thrugh my e-mail if you still have any information about this stove.

Sincerly, your new friend,
David


pat    Posted 07-01-2005 at 13:42:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would like a copy of the manual for Model 26 also. I don't have a fax. Can I get one e mail or snail mail?
pat


david hepner    Posted 03-15-2005 at 05:34:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
could you send me a copy of the owners manual


ROCKIN ROB    Posted 10-25-2006 at 18:27:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
HEY I JUST HAD THE 26 GIVEN TO ME AND FIND OUT THE THERES
NO MANUAL NEED IT TO GET PERMIT WONDER ABOUT GETTING A
COPY?


David Sims    Posted 12-20-2003 at 16:20:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a "Pot Belly" Alanta Stove Works model# Victor 117 M. The person I bought it from said it was originally on a caboose. Does anyone know about this particular model?


brian lowry    Posted 11-04-2003 at 11:36:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
could you please fax me a copy for the #26 model
I would be very thankful. fax # 217-352-0014


tim harmon    Posted 10-20-2003 at 16:10:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i too am in need of the owners manual for the atlanta stove works model #26 if you could either e-mail or fax a copy i would be very thank-ful to you fax # 316-260-6384


Brent    Posted 10-29-2003 at 16:11:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I need a manual on an atlanta stove works model 26. I can't get any info from anywhere on the net. Please email a copy to me. I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks in advance,
Brent Heffron


Wes deSousa    Posted 11-01-2003 at 12:40:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I could also use a manual for an Atlanta Stove works stove Model #26. Please e-mail and let me know how I can get a copy. Thank you,

Wes deSousa


tim harmon    Posted 10-20-2003 at 16:08:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I to need a copy of the owners manual for the atlanta stove works model 26 my fax no. is 316-260-6384 if you could fax me a copy i would be very thankful to you


Dave Luck    Posted 02-15-2004 at 21:42:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Always happy to keep a thread alive!
I am the new owner of an Atlanta Stove Works model
22, #2280. Need a manual and a rear leg! Any
suggestions grately appreciated. Peace.


D. E. Jonas    Posted 11-03-2002 at 07:52:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have the Franklin Stove model #26 instruction and installation information. Let me know if you need a copy.


marty seger    Posted 12-01-2005 at 12:47:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I too have a model 26 and need info. I do not know how far to keep it away from the drywall walls. please send anything that you might have. Thank you very much in advance.


ROCKIN ROB    Posted 10-25-2006 at 18:30:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
LOVE TO HAVE A COPY THANKYOU


Jennifer Csorba    Posted 09-27-2005 at 05:04:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey there, my husband and I just purchased our first home, and along with the house came a Atlanta stove company Model 26 woodburning stove.
It is in pretty good condition, save for a missing piece here and there, and I was wondering if you could please send me any info on it or a copy of the manual? Like everyone else, my internet search has proved almost futile...
Fax# 516 791 0669
Thank you!!


Stacy    Posted 11-11-2005 at 09:38:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We are in desperate need of a manual for a Atlanta Stove Works Model 26. If anyone can fax it to me, I'd be eternally grateful :)
Fax: (217) 876-1230


Jared Swope    Posted 10-11-2005 at 18:06:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would also like a copy of the Model #26 manual and instalation instructions. I dont have a fax, any chance of email / snail-mail? Thank-you
Jared Swope


Beth Taylor    Posted 10-12-2002 at 08:18:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also need information/specifications regarding Model#26. Thank You, Beth Taylor


Bobby Sparks    Posted 10-20-2002 at 10:57:24       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just came across an Atlanta Stove Works wood stove model # 8. Did you find any information on your stove?

Bobby Sparks


Joe Payne    Posted 10-24-2002 at 08:13:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am looking at an Atlanta Stove, not sure model number with six burners a steamer and oven with two racks. This is a porceline stove in mint condition. If anyone knows value of such a stove please let me know.


DHunter n NOLa    Posted 08-27-2002 at 17:11:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
These folks have been real helpful to me in the past. You might give it a try. Just push the button below go from there.


Emily    Posted 08-23-2007 at 06:27:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an Atlanta model 26, with just a few parts missing. I need at least one set of glass/screen inserts for one of the doors, but would buy all 4 if available. Also need a grate and a couple of door handles... appreciate any info on this relic, which I just purchased to go in my 1820-era house!
Thanks,
Emily


Debby Vilardo    Posted 09-20-2007 at 15:07:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
have you had any luck finding your parts? I am also looking for the screens & glass for my stove also. Please let me know you if come across where to find them.
Thank You,
Debby VIlardo


Emily    Posted 12-05-2007 at 17:08:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Have just learned that the Atlanta model 26 is now FS260E, and parts are available at Vogelzang.com. (But not the glass and screen inserts I need).
Emily


Lisa    Posted 03-25-2009 at 08:17:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also have an atlanta stove26 model 2757 patent#208891 does anyone know what year this stove was made?


John M. Bryant    Posted 07-18-2005 at 14:19:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a model #26 atlanta stove in very good cond. , it has all inside parts with it. Do you have any idea what it is worth??


Bill Payne    Posted 09-07-2009 at 15:33:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Re: Atlanta Adventure FastLite PC (Wood Stove):
I need new electric fan, goes underneath the stove.


Mary Tutt    Posted 03-17-2009 at 17:21:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would like to receive or refer me to where I can find information on an Atlanta Stove Works, Model NO. 40. Can anyone tell me its value or when manufactured? We know that it is at least 150 years old.


Merlene Westerbeck    Posted 12-07-2008 at 19:23:57       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a model #27 complete with lid lifting handle. what is the approx. value? restored to like new condition.


Janet    Posted 11-03-2008 at 17:54:37       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an Atlanta Stove works model 28. In excellent condition has only been used indoors. Has electric heater/blower insert for stove pipe above the stove itself. quarter panel doors and two brass balls. Has fire wood insert in side. I also have the screen for the front that sits on the hearth shelf. No rust, but brass balls may need to be re-brassed from wear. Live in LaCrosse Wi area. Want to sell for right price.


randy clinton    Posted 09-10-2007 at 13:01:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
my stove is more like a cooker. des pat no. no9.125.446-125-447


MARIE SMITH    Posted 11-17-2006 at 09:53:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I HAVE A ATLANTS HAS HUNTSMAN AND A DEER IN THE WOODS/WOULD LIKE MORE INF.


Susan    Posted 11-07-2007 at 16:01:52       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I got one too exactly like you described. I'm heating my 1000 sq ft house with it right now. What can you tell me about it?


timothy    Posted 08-23-2005 at 13:56:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a atlanta stove works model no. 27 box logwood heater that is in perfect condition. I also have the manual for it that is also flawless. I want to sell it to someone who would seriously want it. Inherited it from my grandfather. I don't have a use for it so I want to sell it. Not sure on value or how to go about selling it.
Thanks


Sam Thompson    Posted 01-10-2007 at 09:40:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also own the Atlanta Stove Works # 27. I would greatly appreciate any information or instructions asbout this old relic. I could use this in my shop if I weren"t leery of hook-ups (piping) and warnings from the Manufacturer. Thanking You in advance, Respectively, Sam Thompson


Irma Palacios    Posted 08-04-2008 at 16:40:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am interested in the Manual if, still available

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Glen    Posted 02-27-2009 at 19:39:09       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have one in excellent condition. How old is this stove? Has anyone ever placed a value on one of these? I was going to use it in my shop but plan to go to legths to make sure it will burn safely.

Thank you...........

Glen


cheryl    Posted 01-21-2008 at 20:46:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
can you tell me how old it is we have one too but dont know anything about it


robert    Posted 03-13-2006 at 14:35:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a model # 26 stove. Did you ever get any info as to value, etc? Mine has a cookplate inside, flat cook surface & has two brass balls on either side. Also has bi-fold four glass panel doors. Any info you can offer is appreciated!


Maureen Conway    Posted 12-28-2005 at 12:18:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi again, Timothy. Are you in Wisconsin? That is my native state, I was born there and lived there until I was 27. I still maybe would buy your stove and pay for the shipping cost, because I really do love that kind of stove and I sincerely want that stove very much for my home for all my life. It is indeed the best woodstove for me. Hopefully, Maureen


Maureen Conway    Posted 12-28-2005 at 12:12:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi! That is my favorite kind of woodstove. I had one many years ago, but lost it in a bad situation. I want to buy your stove, if you are not too far away. I am in south central New York state, and I would buy your stove if you are not farther than 400 miles away from me. Please write to me soon, if you can. I love that Atlanta 27 boxstove, and I would keep it and give it good care and use it happily for all of my life. I thank you. Sincerely, Maureen


markgeorge22    Posted 12-10-2006 at 13:55:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i live in northeast mississippi and have a 2 burner whopper and it says atlanta stove works near the bottem any help on what the value of the stove is worth would be greatly app. and it is in really good shape thanks from the deep south


sue    Posted 10-16-2007 at 05:44:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
can't find a manual for atlanta box 27 help need to heat my house this winter. have the stove and would like to know if i have all the parts


Bruce    Posted 11-13-2005 at 11:13:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
While we are talking about manuals, etc. does anybody have any info about an Atlanta Stove Works model 28? An uncle had it stored in a barn and he's not even sure where it came from. It's in good shape but it's missing the flue. Any info or even a point in the right direction would be appreciated. Thanks!


Mike    Posted 02-10-2008 at 09:06:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Bruce,

I have a model #28 also. Did you ever find a manual or parts supplier.


Mike


seamus    Posted 08-18-2007 at 20:12:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have an atlanta stove works franklin fireplace...not sure if its model #22, 26, or 32...but i have a manual regarding installation requirements, parts list, roof requirements, etc...both are in good shape...wondering what this is worth, if any interested buyers out there....i am in wisconsin.


terry    Posted 10-16-2007 at 11:17:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i also have a ATLANTA STOVE but i dont know what model it is ....so here it is: the top 32"x 17" overall height 31.5" including the 10.5" legs.2 door front and a single door on the right with 3 adj. air vents.both doors have a bolt on ..ashtray- safty hearth beneath them...and whar appears to be a ...leaf style trivet made on the front /right of double door. no glass!i need to know sug. clearanse wall & floor. oh ya the small door no right says to build fire directly on the hearth no grate ---ithought you would need a grate or fire brick on the bottom??


joseph delgaudio    Posted 11-15-2008 at 18:59:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have a#22 stove and would like to now how old it is if you could call me or email me i thank you very much. joey.d


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