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I noticed not much heat comes off the sides of the f45 while the top and front is very hot about 500 degrees. I wonder why?
Well the stove is all broken in and lit my first fire the other night and got a 9 hour burn. Kept the house nice and warm.
Breaking in the stove tomorrow. Then I can use it all the time.
Well the f45 is all installed. It's already for the fall! have all my fire wood here also.
I bought the F45 and they are going to install it for me next Monday.
It was the original #8 and worked very well for me.
I'm going to buy the F45 next month. I have had the Jotul #8 and worked well but shorter burn time. The F45 they say up 9 hours. This should work...
I have a #8 also, it was rated at 1500 sq. ft. I also use to have the 118. Right now I have been using the coal chubby but going back to wood next...
I called Woodstock last week and was told they would build the classic under special order.
i don't own a 606. It was skippy who had one. but there is on up for sale on ebay and craigs list in conn. hope that helps you out.
has anyone burned coal in this stove? i'm going to get the coal grates for it soon. it was an option you could buy for this stove.
I have this stove and the instruction booklet and catolog also. It is the 6303. Heats 5000-6000 cu. ft. It takes a 5 inch pipe. Log length is 18...
Stoveguy13. first of all i have been using jotul stoves for many years and this is the first epa stove i have ever used. what wottenman says makes...
Where are these holes located and what size drill did you use? How many holes did you drill?
They are getting $350 a cord here in massachusettes.
the wood is oak and 2 years dry. I split it small so everyone can handle the wood. I also find it burns the wood up in a few hours. It worked fine...
I have a F400 castine 2 door stove. 6" stove pipe, one elbow going to a 38" on center from floor 12" length from elbow then through wall to...
does anyone have a Jotul 606 for sale?