Sears Wood Stove Replacement Parts
Sears, Roebuck and Co. was founded in the late 1800s by Richard W. Sears. His mission was to provide the American public with all the creature comforts they could need, including heat sources. Richard manufactured heating stoves and kitchen ranges in a foundry that he purchased and proudly marketed these potbelly stoves via mail order catalog. The ACME Stove Company manufactured like stove and sold them in the Sears catalog, right alongside the Sears company's custom-made potbellies, the Cannon and Wehrle stoves. The original solid cast iron potbellies are among a plethora of heating applications that have been produced from the Sears, Roebuck and Co. over the last century. We carry an assortment of gaskets, combustors, and replacement glass for several of the more modern stoves.
Because the of the large product variety that exists, customers must measure their stove for this custom cut glass to ensure the measurements that we have on file from Sears, Roebuck and Co. are accurate. Before you check out with your custom piece, you must realize that this glass is not returnable.
If you don't see your model number listed, not to worry! Just call our experts at 1-888-986-1535 and submit your measurements. We can custom cut a piece of glass to your specifications for an exact fit, or help you find the right gasket or combustor for your heating application!
|Model||Glass Size||Gasket Size||Catalytic Combustor|
|We'll custom cut your pyroceram glass to fit!||Learn how to measure to find the correct gasket size for your stove.||CC-001
6 x 2 Inch Round
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