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I have been trying to find a fan, the one I am looking for sits on top of a stove and uses no external power source it is driven by the heat from the stove. I have tried searching for them on Google but there must be another name for them because I haven't had any luck. Have any of you used one of them and where can I find one?

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TSC advertises them Cliff

 

You're in luck, 30 bucks off the original 100 cfm Eco Fan in this weeks flyer, $69.99 on sale.

Edited by dave524

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i don't know how well they work

 

i find blowing cold air AT our wood stove works really well and letting convection take care of the work. we have a backsplit and the wood stove is in the basement - i have small fans at the top of each staircase along the floor pointing down (pushing cold air down) if I stick my hand up to the top i can feel the warm air returning. the basement is obviously warmer but this method does a good job circulating the warm air.

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Our over head fan seems to circulate the heat well in our living room when we use the wood stove (emergency and recreational only due to MB's asthma)

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Buy a couple of PALM tree branches. Have the mrs,s wave them around . then you can dance around in your speedo. :lol:

Edited by Brian B

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Buy a couple of PALM tree branches. Have the mrs,s wave them around . then you can dance around in your speedo. :lol:

Please let me know when you are going to do this so I can stop over with my video camera in hand... :rofl2:

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Thanks guys. Reason I wanted one of these is if there is a power failure it will still blow warm air (no hydro needed). I'm actually going to put it on a free standing propane stove but expect it will work just as well as on a wood stove. I'll let you know how it goes.

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Cdn. Tire also carries them.

 

I think they are CDN made in Wiarton, ON (?)

 

Uncle has used one on his Stoves for years. Loves 'em.

 

Cheers,

Mark

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