By Scott from Colchester, CT on September 2, 2013
Is this the only blower that will work with a timberwolf 2200 wood stove?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 3, 2013
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this is indeed the only blower assembly that is currently offered for this particular wood stove.
By Andrew from ME on November 3, 2014
Is this the total assembly or just one blower? I would like to replace my entire assembly due to the noise it's producing. It sounds like a train going down the tracks.
By Emily on November 4, 2014
Answer:This is indeed the whole assembly for the blower.
By Bob from Harrisburg, PA on March 8, 2015
Will this fan work on the 1400 series Napoleon stoves?
By eFireplaceStore on March 9, 2015
By Lisa from ID on October 14, 2014
How do I know what model Timberwolf I have? My unit has 2 blowers and they both are not working.
By Kevin E. on October 14, 2014
Answer:If you have a woodburning insert, then you have the EPI22. Conveniently, Timberwolf only makes one appliance that fits this description. It is curious that both of your blowers have ceased to work. It seems more likely that either the thermodisc or variable speed switch have failed rather than both blowers.
By Jeff from VA on October 31, 2014
My fan has stopped working after only one winter of use. You mentioned that it is likely the thermostat or speed switch. Do you sell those parts individually?
By eFireplaceStore on October 31, 2014
Answer:We do indeed. With the fan unplugged, I recommend using a jumper wire to bypass each component to test them. If the fan operates with the small thermal switch bypassed or the rheostat speed control bypassed, you would only need to order that particular component.