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Since many years I use a temperature probe to check the flue temperature for my Jotul combifire #4. I try to maintain the temp near 400F or more,...
From the manufacturer at the time.
I use a probe thermometer at about 18 inches above the top of the stove in a double-wall pipe; and burn seasoned wood.
I have a combifire nr.4 with the exit at the top; he has a damper too. When using it, I have always had the habit of letting the damper wide...
I'll give it a try to the NS way, but not easy because of the length of my logs. I will see then if it is that different.
East-West Fi-Q; I know that you hate that, but anyway. I am been experimenting with the top down approach; and it is working for me.
Hi Fi-Q; I thought that I was the only one from Quebec here. Nice to see you.
Indeed it is a roaring train wreck; I experienced it three years ago. Hopefully there were no consequences; but I had to change the chimney.
Since the beginning of this season, I used the top down approach for the third time; really working.
I don't know about the combifire #1, but I still have and use the Combifire #4. Nice heat output for my two-stories house. I have been using it...
My chimney has just been inspected by someone who is in the trade here for sweeping chimneys. My chimney has no glazed creosote, so the guy who...
I still have and use my Jotul #4, bought new in 1978.
The temp probe is located at about 18" above the stove. The guy who did the sweeping is the one who inspected my old chimney when I got a chimney...
Thank jake for your answer. The chimney has just been manual swept, and the guy doing it told me that there is some vitrified creosote left. I...
Just registered and I am in need for an answer to my problem. I have been using the Jotul 4 for over 30 years now. Two years ago, I...