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  1. Hi all, I have been reading these forums for weeks and can't make my mind up about a new stove (woodburner or multi-fuel). I'm between the Morso 3112, 3116, 4412s and the arada/hamlet widescreens. My current problem is my Mrs likes the contemporary look stoves (Badgers) and I want a good sized window. I live in Northern Ireland and the Arada/Hamlet ranges seem to be double the price here and around the same as the Morso prices. I like the look of the Morso 4412, modern with a big window, but I can't find very much online in terms of reviews or comments from people that have used them and worry about spending that much without finding any user/seller feedback. The Solution 5 widescreen and Ecoburn 5 Widescreen both have great windows and seem popular and I just can't decide if there are any pros and cons from any of the mentions models or each other. Any advice would be much appreciated
  2. Bit of a bizarre one. I’ve been burning some beech in my wood burning stove this week and it’s been fine, however I gave some to a friend for his open fire and it doesn’t burn well, it just smokes. There’s plenty of draw on the chimney (it’s recently had the a new, bigger cowl fitted giving it much more draw than it had), the wood is seasoned, he’s using plenty of kindling to get it going, but it just seems to start smoking once the kindling has burnt out. Anyone got any idea what could be causing this as I’m at a loss!
  3. help needed please can anyone tell us how to fit the baffle plate in this old villager stove. as far as i can tell its a slightly curved flat plate and is should go up on the long bar circled in the photo and rest on the three u shaped loops on the back of the fire, held with the bent clip in the second photo. but it is rubbing on the side bars marked with a line. I'm all for grinding off a bit of the top edge. or are we going about it all wrong? your help would be greatly appreciated
  4. We replaced a great reliable Jotul with this Waterford 100, bought for cheap. I like the stove, well made, heavy, but by God it smokes. It smokes on lighting. Smokes when the fires going well and everything is hot. Basically if the door is opend, it smokes. The Jotul never smoked. Now, the Jotul was old with the internal baffels cracked, and I passed it on to a relative for his workshop. It was running a light gauge, single wall stainless flue, no probs. I gave the flue away with the Jotul, and bought a new flue for the Waterford 100, a heavier gauge, single wall stainless. Anyone have experience with this stove? I'm thinking the internal airflow Dynamics of the Waterford are just not as good as the Jotul. It also has a wider opening than the Jotul. Here's a pic. Ideas will be great fully received.
  5. Hello chaps. Hope this is in the right place... Looking to get a woodburning stove. I've had a couple of people come round to look at lining chimney. Both guys were saying different things about flue diameter. Am I right in thinking the diameter of the stove flue outlet and kw output of stove dictates the diameter of chimney lining? Do they need to insulate the chimney liner in chimney itself? (I'll be burning wood, possibly with a bit of coal sometimes) The living room is - H - 9' L - 20' W - 15' What sort of kw output would I need for a room that size? Thank you!
  6. Don't know if this is true, but it's here for reference and discussion. Ten of the best wood-burning stoves - Telegraph

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