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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by cyclone, Oct 5, 2008.

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  1. ddklahr

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    Changing topic, has anyone attempted to take the fire bricks out and do a thorough cleaning of the stove along with the combustion chamber? The fire bricks don't worry me as much as the chamber. Should a person try it?
     
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  2. cyclone

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    Never attempted, but I want to do and good cleaning and have the After Burner checked.
     
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    From what i can see of the AB chamber from above and in back of the stove after 2 seasons theres nothing to clean. A works fine right up to 60 degree outside temps ,which has a tendency to produce weak draft. I vacuum out the ceramic part at the back of the stove every few weeks during the heating season though to keep the air holes open.
     
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