USSC Ashley EC95 & BEC95 Wood Circulator Parts

The Ashley EC95 and BEC95 Wood Circulator by USSC is among the most efficient and clean burning wood circulators available. Featuring a non-electric thermostat, auxiliary cooking surface, and easy access ash pan, this wood circulator is the perfect choice to provide your home with cost effective, efficient, wood heat. Of course, like all wood heaters, the EC95 will require regular maintenance to keep it in top condition. Stove Parts for Less provides the replacement parts you need to keep your Ashley wood circulator running safely and efficiently.

How to Operate your Ashley EC95 & BEC95

To build a fire, set the heater's thermostat control known to "High", open the feed door and insert kindling and paper, and light the fire. It is important that you do not use gasoline, kerosene, lighter fluid or similar type liquid fire starters in this heater. Once the fire is lit, close the feed door and add larger pieces of wood as the fire grows. Once the fire is well established and a good bed of coals has formed, you can add fire as often as needed. 

It is important to make sure that the feed door and cabinet door is securely closed. Using the heater with the ash door open can cause the heater burn too quickly and too hot, which can damage the heater. 

Once the fire is going, you can use the thermostat to adjust the heat appropriately. 

The fire and ash doors should be kept closed except when you are adding fuel, stirring the coal bed, or removing ashes. Do not open the feed door without first setting the thermostat to "high" for at least 30 seconds, and always leave the thermostat on "high" for 15 minutes after adding a small amount of fresh wood to the fire. 

With proper maintenance and operation procedures, the Ashley EC95 will last for many years. If you need replacement parts such as latches, grates, or firebricks, Stove Parts for Less has what you need. We offer fast and free shipping on orders over $79, so you can get you what you need to get your circulator back up and running!