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John Stilgoe

Take care reviving wood stove

December 4, 2005

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Not all time bombs tick. Some wait silently in family rooms, parlors, and basements. Often decorated with vases holding dried-flower arrangements, copper teakettles, or antique skillets, wood- and coal-burning stoves sit waiting for higher gas and fuel-oil prices. Last used a few winters ago, or even in the late 1970s, such stoves change stealthily month by month. Anyone waking a ... (Full article: 979 words)

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