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    Default Toyotomi Heater Stove Parts

    Total long shot here...

    I have a Toyotomi stove heater. I believe its a model NS-1750. I need a circuit board and I have not been able to locate one anywhere. These stoves and parts are no longer made.

    I was hoping that maybe someone had an old stove laying around with a good circuit board.

    I appreciate any help!

    Thanks!

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    Have you checked with Central Plumbing and Heating, Anchorage........???

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    Try calling John the "Toyo-Doctor" 376-7844

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGL4now View Post
    Have you checked with Central Plumbing and Heating, Anchorage........???
    The guy at Central at least new about the unit. However, they don't have any parts. He referred me to a shop on the East Coast. That shop doesn't work on them anymore. I did find a shop that repairs circuit boards for Toyostoves, but the person I spoke with said he has never worked on this specific circuit board. He is willing to take a look, but couldn't make any promises...

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    Try calling John the "Toyo-Doctor" 376-7844
    John referred me to Rural Energy. They basically told me I'm screwed...

    This is really frustrating!!

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    Mike, hate to say it but time to upgrade? A buddy has one on his charter boat and loves it but knows he's on borrowed time as it's pretty old.
    I'll be installing an older NS 2800 for a client on a c dory that works great but just finding the right size hard poly fuel line and fittings is a challenge.
    You've probably seen the Planar thread? I'd go that route when it comes time for a new heater.
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    In the passed I've fixed a lot of P.C.B. If it has components like resistor, transistor, capacitor it might be possible to fix it. Try Googleing someone who repairs Toyotomi C.B.

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