for Jotul Firlight cb owners...

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Dexter, Aug 19, 2010.

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  1. Dexter

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    'Cleaned out the Firelight this spring, and after 11 years of 24/7 cold weather burning, the secondary burn manifold really needed replacement. It came with both heating chambers and tubes installed for $150 from the local retail supplier. The only hitch was that the gap between the secondary air supplies at the back of the stove and the manifold is pretty big, and requires a lot of stove cement. Otherwise, it was pretty straight-forward -- a couple of hours.

    The rest of the stove still looks very straight and good.

    Here's to the next 11 or so years!

    Dexter
     
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