Coalbrookdale Little Wenlock Mk3 stove
- Fuel: Multifuel
Most Recent Review
Installed in 1981 and at 34 years old, my Little Wenlock stove has sprung a leak from it's back boiler. Might have experienced a flood, if it had happened overnight but it is such a shame it... [ read more ]
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Excellent stove which will burn any flammable solid material. I bought the original model 25 years ago and it is still going strong, minus its grate and firebricks, burning logs. I burned... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Coal is not a recommended fuel for most closed appliances, use smokeless fuels that are not petroleum based. Empty the ashpan regularly and do not let the ash build up in it. Be careful what you use on the outside of a stove as there may be a chemical reaction with the paint if a genuine product is not used.
More reviews for Coalbrookdale Little Wenlock Mk3 stove
Hi Had my Wenlock in place for 24 years. Coming to the end of its life now. I am going to strip and attempt a rebuild but expect the cast is worn out from constant temp change. It has been a fantastic servant. I want the same fire but the new ones have the "Airflow system"... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Improvements in the modern stove should only enhance the performance and should not put you off a direct replacement being purchased.
This Mk3 Little Wenlock is a super little stove giving excellent output.We currently burn smokeless fuel, I believe it is a made up fuel in the shape of ovals.The stove is approx. 5 years old... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Check that the airwash system is clear, you may find that you can take this apart for cleaning so refer to the manual.
I inherited this stove in a mobile home that I bought and lived in for about five years. The stove looked nearly new when I bought the mobile home. It is fitted with a back boiler which was... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I hope that when you install it again that you incorporate some safety features such as a high temp header tank and heat leak radiator. This stove is not suitable for pressurised systems.
We bought a Mk2 secondhand, not knowing what make or model it was. It has proved to be a very good little stove that helps to boost the heat in the Lounge Bar of our pub.
HADE THIS LITTLE WENLOCK FOR ABOUT 5YRS INHERITED FROM MY MOTHER IN LAW WHO MUST HAVE HAD IT ABOUT FROM NEW ABOUT 15YRS MAKING THE STOVE APPROX 20YRS OLD AND STILL WORKING FINE WE CAN ALL REMEMBER... [ read more ]
We have had this stove from new for 7 or 8 years. Good at heating our little cottage in the Outer Hebrides. It has been a welcome little workhouse. We have however had a problem with it cracking... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It does sound as if the stove has become too hot, are the liners still protecting the firebox?