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Q&A New Stove - Smoking and smelling

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  1. QandA

    QandA New Member Staff Member

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    I just had a stove installed on Monday and now can't take the smoke. The interior wired lining has loosened and is coming off. Part of the lining has melted and is sticking to the interior. I only had two small fires to warm up the stove as per the instructions. Smoke seems to come down the chimney and the house reeks with smoke. My eyes sting and my temper is matching the heat required to use the catalytic. Any shared experiences with this stove? Thanks for any suggestions



    Answer:

    The first number of times you burn s new stove- the oils in the paint will cure off and smoke and smell the house up . My advice would be to burn is a hotter - and open the windows till the smoke burns off of it.

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