The Jamestown J2000 is similar to the J1000 stove, but larger. It has the capacity to produce 45,000 btu. and can heat an area of up to 2,200 square feet with a maximum burn time of 58 hours without the optional hopper extension.A wall thermostat is supplied as standard with this stove, as is the brick effect fireback. The full view door is a bay window style with the glass in three pieces and without pillars to obstruct the view of the fire. A door with pillars is available.
This stove has a large choice of options, including cast iron legs or a pedestal base, an etched picture in the glass viewing window, and a steel carpet/floor protective plate. See options below.
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Heating Area 2,200 sq.ft.
Max. Heat Output 45,000 btu.
Min. Heat Output 6,000 btu. Zero with thermostat provided
Automatic Ignition Yes
Manual Ignition If needed
Hopper Capacity 58 lbs.
Burn time 58 hrs. 90 hrs. with hopper extension
Fuel Type Wood pellets, preferably premium grade
Glass Air Wash Yes
Built in Blower Yes
Convection Blower Capacity Undisclosed
Thermostat Compatible Yes, supplied as standard
E.P.A. Approved Yes
Emissions 2.3 gr./hr.
Height 30 in.
Width 26 in.
Depth 24.5 in.
Weight 220 lbs.
Window Size Full view door, 15.5 in. by 8 in. Pillar door, 11 in. by 8 in.
Flue Vent Size 3 in.
Top Vent No
Rear Vent Yes
Rear Vent Height With cast legs, 11.9 in. Pedestal, 13.5 in.
Colours Metallic charcoal grey
Exhaust Temperature Sensor No
Low Draft Shutdown Yes
Construction Type Fabricated steel, cast iron door.
Automatic Shutdown and Re-ignition Yes
Hopper extension, increasing maximum burn time to 90 hrs.
Cast Iron legs in gold, nickel or black
Steel carpet protector
Etched picture in glass viewing window
Two styles of cast iron door, full view or pillar style, trimmed in brass or nickel
Gold, nickel or black door handles
The J2000 is considerably deeper, at 24.5 inches, than the J1000, but not compared with other stoves of the same output.
Clean the burnpot and glass air wash bracket
Clean out ash pan, clean the heat exchanger, clean inside the firebox.
After every ton of fuel
Clean ash from internal stove venting.
Clean the combustion and convection blowers and the back of the stove. Check and clean the flue.
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