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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by loon, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. begreen

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    I don't get too excited at 700F stove top, closely watchful at 750F and on full alert at 800F. It's not like I've never seen a stovetop at that temp, the 602 will do it easily. But I haven't seen it on the T6 yet. When the Jotul 602 hits 800 or above it's usually my nose that detects it first and it's cranberry enamel turns a darker plum color. This is almost always my fault for not turning it down enough.
     
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  2. loon

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    Thanks guys and Ray i am slow as all get out typing and didnt see your post.. Its supposed to be mild tomorrow and gonna let the stove cool so when i get home everything will be cleaned and inspected again ;)

    He did mention to me about the Elm and said if i was worried that i could just mix it with some of the other wood i have that doesnt burn as hot.
     

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