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Johnson Wood Stoves

The background behind Johnson wood stoves is a little murky. It had a run of manufacturing up until the end of the 1990s apparently, but since then the company seems to have faded out somewhat. There is a Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace business that is still operating in the area, but is not a full fledged manufacturer anymore. They seem to be more of a general purpose agriculture site.

Most of the older heaters will have a manufacture center that is somewhere around the Wisconsin area. Most likely, it will have a label from Johnson Energy Systems. The popular models were the J-9000, and the J-9900. These were more of a furnace than a wood stove, but many of them are still going strong. Several models also could burn coal as well, namely the 9900. Used, they;ve been had for as cheap as $125. Add in a few cords of wood and its a pretty cheap heating system. While they did have good heating outputs, they had a tendency to be less than air tight.

It will be tough to get replacement parts for an older model like this. Whille the 9000 series can use standard fire brick, the rest might be tough to source. You may want to try accessing the manual list for US Stoves, as many older users compare these models to the US brands and a close fit might be good enough. The model 1537q for example, is close to the 9900 model.



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