Over Firing

   If a stove is being run too hot it can damage the unit and this damage would not normally be covered under warranty. Indications of over firing include:

  1. The stove would have warped surfaces on the top or sides of the stove.
     

  2. The impingement plate would be badly warped or burned away.
     

  3. The painted surfaces of the stove would have an ash white color in effected areas.
     

  4. The brick retainers would be warped or burned away.
     

  5. Bricks would be worn away or broken.
     

  6. The catalyst would be badly worn out or broken.
     

  7. In extreme cases the stove hull would split, usually where brick retainers are welded in or around the corners of the doors.
     

  8. The flue pipe would usually have a red glow from too much heat.
     

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