The Earth Stove and Earth Stove parts- still popular today

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Remember the Arab oil embargo back in the 70′s? It started in October 1973 when the members of Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries, or the OAPEC (consisting of the Arab members of OPEC, plus Egypt, Syria and Tunisia), proclaimed an oil embargo which created the long term possibility of high oil prices or even oil shortages. This caused panic in the US as people had to wait in long lines at the gas stations to fill up their car and the possibility of not being able to heat their home was a real concern. That’s when the wood stove explosion took off. New “airtight” stoves that could be controlled, unlike a fireplace or “Franklin style” stove, started appearing to meet the demand. Timberline, Fisher and Earth Stove were some of the leaders in this wood stove revolution. You almost never hear Fisher or Timberline mentioned anymore but the Earth Stove, now owned by Lennox, is still popular today. While Lennox discontinued the Earth Stove line of stoves, they continue to supply Earth Stove parts for many older models, some dating back to the 80′s. I’m always amazed by how many calls and emails we get from loyal Earth Stove owners looking for Earth Stove wood stove replacement parts.

Earth Stove FB3 firebrick

Earth Stove FB3 firebrick

One of the most commonly requested Earth Stove replacement parts is firebrick. We not only have available the special bricks used in Earth Stoves, but also Earth Stove parts lists with brick patterns for many models. The first step is to IDENTIFY YOUR STOVE, then find your model on the PARTS LIST. Once you find the part number for what you need, just place it in the SEARCH BOX it find it. You can use this process to find any part on our website.

Other popular Earth Stove replacement parts are glass, gasket, handles and blowers. If you don’t find what you’re looking for in the parts list or in a search on our website, send us an email with your make, model and serial number, along with a description of the part needed to info@woodheatstoves.com and we will be happy to help. We also carry owners, installation and service manuals for many stoves including hard to find older Earth Stove Wood Stove Manuals.

Many people have had a long love affair with their Earth Stove and want maintain it in tip top condition, keeping their house warm and cozy. WoodHeatStoves.com has many Earth Stove wood stove replacement parts to help you keep your Earth Stove working to heat your home for years to come.

20 thoughts on “The Earth Stove and Earth Stove parts- still popular today

  1. I have an earth stove don’t know what model got it used and was cleaning it out can’t tell if its years if build up or some kind of actual cement on the bottom should I leave it there and just take the ash out

  2. I am in need of a certification for insurance purposes. Is my stove UL certified or meets the UL certifications?

    Don Coleman

  3. I have an earth stove but cannot find the model or seriel # i would like to know what is that square box in the back with the flap that opens and closes from the top looks like a wire hanger should i leave it in the open postion or closed when the firewood is burning? Thank you

  4. I have a earth stove insert in a house I bought and I need to rebuild the fan. Do they sell parts for that? It is very noisey.

  5. hi this is Vladimir. I bought the stove The earth stove with fan. these plastic fans are out of order. where can I buy them. model = BAYVIEW 4000. SERIAL # E 1531

  6. I need a transition from the draft control to 8 inch stainless flex pipe on a earth stove fireplace insert model number c200r. Where do you think I might find it.

    • If you send an email to info@woodheatstoves.com with dimensions of the opening and/or photos then we can probably find adaptors to suit that transition. We don’t check the blog for comments and replies very often but answer all emails within 24 hours.

  7. I have an earth stove supplied by The Earth Stove Company. Model BV4000C and I need the stainless steel clip that holds the catalytic combustor in place. I also need instructions on how to position the catalytic combustor in the stove. There are two sides to the combustor, one side has metal vents and the other has none. Do the vents face outward or in toward the baffle of the stove?

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