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billrene Original Post: Feb 10 '08,  11:53 am           Reply
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Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace

We have a Johnson which is only 4 1/2 years into a 12 year warranty. It is leaking in the water jacket--any ideas?????????

     
dlstewart Posted: Feb 10 '08,  2:24 pm           Reply
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RE: Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace

Hi! Have you contacted the store where you purchased it from or the manufacturer? Use the Google search engine and type in "Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace". I did this and found their website with contact information.

Hope this helps!
Dawn

     
billrene Posted: Feb 10 '08,  2:31 pm           Reply
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RE: Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace

Been there, done that. No help from Company. What do you suggest?

     
pvreditor Posted: Feb 11 '08,  6:00 am           Reply
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RE: Johnson Outdoor Wood Furnace

Quote: billrene
Been there, done that. No help from Company. What do you suggest?

If the company can't/won't help, you have three choices:

1. Hire a lawyer to go after the company.

2. Either fix it yourself or pay someone to fix it.

3. Replace it, also at your expense.

Without knowing a lot more facts, it's hard to say which is the best course of action.

Years ago, I had a fancy Jotel woodstove that had an oddball door-closing mechanism. The mechanism broke, rendering my $1,000 woodstove useless. After much grumbling, I found that a new mechanism was $125, so I bought it and replaced it myself. The stove worked perfectly for several years after that, so it was a good purchase. However, I didn't buy the Jotel stove originally -- it was in the house I bought and I didn't have the sales receipt for the warranty.

Without knowing much more about your situation, it's hard to say if simply fixing it is the best course of action.

--Bob
     
billrene Posted: Feb 12 '08,  1:41 pm           Reply
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would like to know if anyone has a johnson and has had trouble with it leaking???

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