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I'm no expert when it comes to these stoves but Iv'e used my stove alot in the short amount of time Iv'e lived in the house.
A mold is not a bad idea. I can make some wood forms at least to get the right size.
Thanks for information. I contaced Russo, (www.russostoves.com) and they told me it's $65 each for the side brick, $65 each for the two front ans...
Yeah, I open that ash door until I get the fire going. It works great also for unseasoned wood.
The sides are standard but the front brick is shaped for the grill in the behind the glass. Unless that is standard?
I'm new here. I have a Russo stove that looks exactly like the picture in this thread. It was in my house when I bought it a year ago and...