The time has come and you have to replace your wood stove gasket. When you have a wood stove and you use it, part of that is performing maintenance and cleaning on it. While cleaning a wood stove can sometimes be a pain, checking and replacing the gasket isn’t! We have a video featured below that shows you an easy way to check your wood stove door and see if it is time to replace the gasket on it. If it is, we can help! All of our gaskets are high quality so you can get it and forget it—at least for a little while. Our gaskets are made out of quality material and only fray and unravel a minimal amount when cut to fit your wood stove, so you won’t have to worry about replacing them soon.
Vermont Castings Wood Stove Gaskets:
- Defiant 1910
- Defiant Encore 2190
- Defiant Non Cat 1610
- Defiant 2N1 0001975 & 0001979
- ENCORE 2040 & 2044
- ENCORE Flexburn 2044
- Encore 2 in 1 2040
- Encore Non Cat 1450
- Encore 2550
- Fireplace Insert 0044 & 0046
- Intrepid II 1990
- Intrepid II 2070
- Intrepid II 1308
- Intrepid II 1303
- Large Winterwarm Firebox 1280
- Large Winterwarm Firebox 2100
- Merrimack Insert
- Mobile Home Wood Stove WR247001
- Montpelier Insert
- Sequoia 2160
- VIGILANT I & IA
- Vigilant IC 0035 & 0036
- Windsor Large Steel WR2000L02
- Windsor Small Steel WR1000L02
- Windsor Steel WR300007
- Windsor Steel WR270007
- Windsor Steel WR244
Vermont Castings Coal Stoves:
- Coal Fireplace Insert 1271 & 1272
- Vigilant Coal 0054
- Vigilant Coal Stove or Multifuel 1400
Vermont Castings Pellet Stoves:
- Reliance 2340
- Reliance Pellet Stove 2220
Replaces part #'s: 1203512 & 5002822, 1203516, & 1203517
Vermont Castings part # 120-3556
- 3/16" Diameter Black Graphite Impregnated Rope Gasket
- To seal around wood stove doors, creating a more intense fire.
- Flexible for easy installation around corners.
- Service rating to 1000°F (538°C)
- No environmental hazards (non-asbestos)
- Is bondable to most materials
- Will not absorb water or attract mold/mildew
- Minimal fraying or unraveling when cut
- Used for a wide variety of gasket applications
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Watch our "Media Mike" show you how to test your stove door's gasket!
Wood stoves burn more efficiently when they have a tight seal around the door and window. The gaskets on wood stoves are what create that tight seal, but over time some of them wear down and need replaced. Our replacement wood stove gasket is made from high quality fiberglass and is impregnated with black graphite to create a durable, but flexible gasket - even in the most abrasive of conditions.
Check your stove's owners manual to know the exact diameter of gasket you need.
Remove old gasket. Thoroughly clean the area. Use a gasket adhesive to attach the new gasket.
We recommend you purchase a gasket cement to adhere the gasket to your stove or insert. Gasket cements are used not only as the "glue" to hold the gasket in place but can also be used to seal minor cracks and pin holes in the stove body.
It is not recommended that you use a sealant as an adhesive. High temperature silicone and sealants are not meant to be used as an adhesive or to fix your stove or insert.
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