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    Buck Stove: Fireplaces, Buck Stoves, More

    Bridging tradition with widespread growth, the Buck Stove company has been your dependable stove manufacturer since its humble beginnings in the 1970s. This family-grown company began with the efforts of two brothers, who were first approached to create the starter product for today's Buck Stoves. Their innovative mindsets have transformed the initial Buck wood stove, an answer to the national energy crisis and the requirement for alternative heating fuel, into a group of renown products, including Buck fireplaces, stoves, Buck stove parts and accessories, and more items with a nationwide distribution network- one of which eFireplaceStore is proud to be a part. Buck stoves can play an integral part in the success of many hearths, as shown by sought after, solid, features.

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    Buck Stove: Fireplaces, Buck Stoves, More Q&A with the NFI Certified Specialists

    * Please Note: All customer questions are answered by our NFI Certified Specialists free of charge!
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    Jackie T
    from Maurertown VA asked:
    March 17, 2018
    On the Model 384 it shows the stove is open at the bottom where the controls are. Is there a cover or can you see into the stove and the mechanics, thermostat etc?
    1 Answer
    The front cover on the model 384 has mesh opening yes. They do not offer a solid front.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on March 19, 2018

    Lisa V
    from Brighton, MI asked:
    November 24, 2017
    I had a model 74 non-catalytic unit installed today and the technician who installed it said to 'turn the blower on and in 25 minutes it will come on'. He said lighting a fire inside the unit is not necessary. Can you assist me, he was abrasive when I asked for assistance. I did not purchase through your company however looking to help with how to use this unit.
    1 Answer
    That sounds like it has a thermoswitch and that the heat from the unit will kick the thermoswitch on when operating. I would go ahead and run the unit with the blower on, and then it should kick itself on in approximately 25-30 minutes.
    Submitted by: Brennan W. on November 27, 2017

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