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Stove Maintenance

Stove Maintenance

For the best performance, your stove should be serviced at least once a year at the end or beginning of the heating season. Servicing your stove at end of the heating season will allow you plenty of time before the new heating season starts should you need to source spare parts. 

  • Check your chimney each year before starting to use your stove for the winter. Birds may have nested in the chimney or the masonry may have cracked. 
  • Both chimney and flue pipe must be swept at least once a year. If the baffle plate is removed the chimney or flueway can be swept through the appliance. 
  • The baffle plate should be removed at least once a month to prevent any build-up of soot which could lead to blocked flueways and dangerous fume emission. This must be done when the stove is cold. For efficient burning of your appliance, make sure the baffle is replaced correctly.  

  •  Clean the glass panels when stove is cool with a stove glass cleaner. Highly abrasive substances should be avoided as these can scratch the glass and make subsequent cleaning more difficult. Wet logs on heated glass, a badly aimed poker or heavy slamming of the doors could crack the glass panels. 

  • Check all internal parts including fire grate or grate bars / plates. Ensure all are in good condition. 

  •  Check the door rope seals. Ensure that they are in good condition. 

  •  Check the carbon monoxide alarm using the test button.

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