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Does anyone recognize this wood burning stove? The plate is corroded but says 1981. I am looking for the UL installation specs. Does anyone know the manufacturer or a place I can find it?
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That's an Orley wood stove! They all have that thrown together look with a few embellishments to hide the sin.
 
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Excellent, that is it! Apparently they were big in the US northwest in the 198s. I haven't found a manual but the patent is http://www.google.com/patents/US4226224 ! Appreciated!---Chuck K.
 
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