Yukon Eagle Klondike Wood Furnace
Delivery Time: 7-10 business days
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Chimney Flue Outlet Position*
Blower Motor Size (HP)*
Lift Gate Service*
Preventative Maintenance To Keep Your Furnace Running Smoothly
In order to ensure that your Yukon Eagle Klondike wood furnace will work at top efficiency during the next winter, there are some simple maintenance steps that you can take. Using care and focusing on safety, be sure that all electrical power to the furnace has been turned off and that the furnace has cooled to safe temperatures.
Step One: Have a professional inspect the furnace.
Before the weather has turned cold and before you need to use the furnace to heat your home, hire a professional to come and service your furnace. This will give the technician a chance to inspect the furnace for any parts that need repair and will save you from facing cold days without heat. This servicing may also improve the efficiency of the furnace.
Step Two: Perform routine cleanings on your furnace.
As you are preparing for the coming winter, and when you call the technician, you should also take the chance to clean the furnace, the smoke pipe, and the chimney. You might also find that it is beneficial to clean these at the end of the winter after you have stopped using the furnace.
Step Three: Clean the air filter every month.
The efficiency of the Yukon Eagle Klondike wood furnace will be impacted by the amount of air that passes through the furnace. Keeping the air filter clean can go a long way towards maintaining the desired efficiency. In addition to the monthly cleaning, try to change the air filter at least twice during the year.
Step Four: Inspect the blower motor.
The blower motor on the Yukon Eagle is very powerful. It may be one third to three fourths horsepower and will circulate between 800 and 1800 cubic feet of air per minute. To maintain the highest efficiency, check the belt regularly for the proper tension.
Step Five: Keep the grates clean and emptied.
If you allow the ash draw to fill, the grates could become warped. With a little bit of preventative cleaning, you can prolong the lifespan of the drawer and the grates.
You can keep your Yukon Eagle Klondike wood furnace running great when you take a little bit of time and effort to provide routine maintenance.
• Heats up to 3,000 Square feet
• Cast Iron Grates
• 112,000 BTU's per Hour
• Blower Size 10 X 10
• Automatic Damper Control
• Firebrick lining
• Wayne Model-MSR Burner
• UL Listed in file #MH 11057
• Not for sale in California and Washington
1 year on electrical
30 year pro-rated warranty on firebox
If there is a manufactured defect on firebox, will replace for free
|Heating Capability (sq. ft.)
|Mobile Home Approved
|Max. Log Size Accepted (L in.)
|Flue Collar Size (in.)
|Full Load Run Time:(CFM)
|Firebox Door Opening W X H (in.)
||10 X 10
|Stove Pipe Included:
|Air Filter (inches)
||20", 25", 1"
|Blower Motor Size (HP):
|Furnace Dimensions W x D x H (in.)
||30", depth: 46", height: 50 3/4"