Charnwood c4 stove
This Charnwood stove is available in wood or multi fuel -
with or without a store stand.
You can use a rear flue connection kit in order to take flue out of the back of the stove but still be able to sweep through stove.
Most Recent Review
Purchased the Charnwood 4 multifuel a year ago. Please be warned that this fire does not turn down. I have to have the smallest fire as if I have a normal size fire it sets the smoke alarm off... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
I have a 2 bedroomed flat on the first floor. So all you flat dwellers can do this too. Although from the first floor, bear in mind dragging fuel up the stairs can be a pain. But I have to say... [ read more ]
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Really nice little fire. Gives out lots of heat...maybe too much?? Reason I say this is the back plate looks like its rusting and there's paint flaking of the the top inside. ..only had the... [ read more ]
I have two of these. One in the lounge and one in the study. They are excellent. Easy to use and belt out loads of heat.
Stove expert replied: No further comments required, so please he has two identical stoves!
We bought this little stove to provide extra heat in our living room.We have been using it for two winters now and and have had no problems at all.The C4 has exceeded our expectations by not... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good feedback.
We bought this stove last January and paid extra for the so-called multi fuel grate. It works well with logs, but we cannot get it to burn smokeless fuel at a high enough temperature. Charnwood... [ read more ]
My heart was set on the Aga Wenlock SE for my London flat but the stove fitter suggested I look at the C4. Having read lots of reviews, I bought one and it sat in my front room for a while before... [ read more ]
At less than a year old the internal back plate buckled. The pin to the handle is also loose and has to be knocked back frequently. The back plate is not covered by the guarantee but is, apparently... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The stove is not dangerous if it is operated correctly, installed correctly etc. The flue may have a draw that is too strong for the stove and can be corrected with the addition of extra flue components, I would suggest getting in touch with your installer for further assistance and advice.
We spent many months looking for the right stove, as we live in a 20 year old semi detached house with no fire place so needed an internal flue. The Charnwood c 4 is contemporary in it's look... [ read more ]
The stove is everything people say it is, but I've had major problems with the door. The top hinge nail pin dislodged and the door fell down while fire was burning, I managed to replace it.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The hinge pin may just need a tap on the bottom edge to splay it and therefore make it a tighter fit. As far as the glass working loose, if the gasket failed this may be down to an over-drawing flue and some extra control may be required (normally a damper or stabilizer). As I do not know how long the stove has been in it is difficult to be certain, other indicators are that the stove is using a lot of fuel and not producing the expected heat output, when the air controls are shut the stove is still working hard. This should be investigated further to prevent long term damage to the stove.
A number of the parts were missing from the stove and 3 months on the issues are still unresolved. Have dealt directly with the manufacturer - they were very unhelpful and unwilling to resolve... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Manufacturers do not normally deal direct with customers as they use their suppliers to provide this service, the supplier is who you have your contract with and should get any missing parts for you.