Click here to find parts for your Whitfield Advantage II-T Classic Freestanding & Insert pellet stove interactive parts list. Find whatever part you are looking for and click on the part number to be guided to that part, if available. In many cases we have after market alternatives that are higher quality and lower cost and all will come up as you click that part number. This parts list is more accurate than the lists in manuals since the company has changed hands many times since the stove was built.
Use this new Interactive Whitfield Pellet stove parts list to find all of the parts for your Advantage II-T or III freestanding or insert pellet stoves.
Find our master parts list for all Whitfield, Earth Stove, Traditions and Brass Flame models by clicking here.
Find all of your WHITFIELD pellet stove parts on parts lists with CLICKABLE LINKS!
Use this parts list for locating any WHITFIELD, EARTH STOVE, TRADITIONS & BRASS FLAME pellet stove parts. Save this document or at least the pages for your stove model, for future reference.
You will find all of the Whitfield pellet stove parts and other brand names now owned by Lennox on this or the newer parts list located here. http://woodheatstoves.com/free/Lennox-Whitfield-EarthStove-Country-Pellet-WHS.pdf
Are you prepared to heat your home? August is a popular month to ready your stove for the season and is just around the corner! If you have a pellet stove, auger motors, igniters or snap switches may need replacing. Aside from a chimney sweep, your wood stove may need new firebricks or gaskets. Annually, it is a good idea to have your gas stove serviced. Check for blackening glass, delayed ignition or dust near the valve-these are signs you should have a certified technician come out to service the gas appliance. Wood Heat Stoves and Solar makes part replacement easy. Simply download a free parts list in PDF format that matches your stove. Type any part number from your parts list into the search box at www.woodheatstoves.com for pricing and ordering options. To avoid ordering incorrectly, make SURE you have watched the How To Identify My Stove Video and confirmed by a label on the stove itself, the MAKE, MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER of the unit. For more information or help finding parts, send your request to email@example.com. With over 30 years of experience servicing, installing and supplying parts for gas, pellet and wood stoves, Wood Heat Stoves & Solar will do their best to get you what you need. Don’t wait until November to take these steps or you may find yourself waiting on parts due to back orders as peak season for stove parts and service is from about October to January.
Finding Pellet Stove Parts is as easy as ONE, TWO, THREE at www.WoodHeatStoves.com
3) SEARCH OUR SITE BY PART NUMBER – We have been in business more than 30 years servicing and installing in our local area and selling stoves and parts. We are familiar with many models but must refrain from choosing parts for customers as we are not present to confirm the identity of one’s stove. For people who need technical advice we offer a very comprehensive INFORMATION CENTER, our YOUTUBE CHANNEL and MANUALS (including TECHNICAL MANUALS in most cases).
Or find these at our web site categories www.WoodHeatStoves.com
Now you can find parts lists with exploded views for all of the Quadrafire and Hearthstone stoves on our web site, as well as all of the replacement parts for their wood, gas and pellet stoves, inserts and fireplaces. This is particularly valuable for finding pellet stove parts for these complex stoves with so many components to choose from.
For every repair or maintenance project be sure to first find exactly what make, model and serial number of stove you have. Then download the owner’s and technical manual from our web site if available. Then you can be sure of your parts selections by searching the part numbers on our web site.
Here is a sample of one of these exploded views with parts lists. Some of the models have only parts lists but many have the exploded view for greater ease in reference.
Whether it is an auger motor, sensors or control panels you can find all of these parts for every model with the help of the parts lists on our web site. If you need further assistance email us. www.WoodHeatStoves.com
Here is a video review of the cleaning process for a Whitfield Profile series pellet stove. He goes over the primary pellet stove parts handled in this process. This was offered by a homeowner who thought others could benefit from his experience. Click on the photo or copy and paste the link below to watch it.
After watching this video click here to go to our web site and find owners manuals, technical manuals and a complete parts list for all pellet stoves and for each stove in particular. We have a full line of factory original auger motors, igniters, combustion blowers, convection blowers, control panels and everything you can need, with over 15,000 parts overall.
Watch this video to find the location and of replacement parts for any of the Earth Stove Pellet Stoves by seeing where they are located on this HP40 insert model. We go thru the cup motor, auger motor, snap disc sensors, control panel, combustion and convection blowers so you can see each part installed and methods of servicing them.
Then watch our “Earth Stove pellet stove finding parts video” to guide you thru finding your parts list, owners manual and technical manuals for any type of service or replacement parts.Then watch this compimentary video to see the HP40 Earth Stove pellet stove components which are nearly identical to all Earth Stove pellet stoves. http://www.youtube.com/user/Woodheats…
Make sure to download your owners manual for your stove which has a very helpful 6 Step Troubleshooting Guide which takes you step by step thru identifying which parts are causing the symptoms you are witnessing when your stove is not operating correctly. You will find these parts and manuals and more helpful videos on our web site at www.woodheatstoves.com If you still need assistance after going thru these resources you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org