Fireline FP5 stove
The Fireline FP5 is a 5 Kw Defra exempt stove. There are two models available; burning and multi-fuel. A 12mm hearth is okay if your burning dry wood, however - if you burn smokeless fuels you will need a smokeless kit.
- Height: 522mm
- Width: 365mm
- Depth: 310mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
Most Recent Review
Had this stove for 6 years now, apart from changing the original firebricks after 2 years I've had no problems! Stove has lots of use each winter, sometimes going for days on end. Still on the... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
I have been using this stove almost constantly for the last couple of months and I have to say it has met and exceeded all my expectations.It has been installed in place of an existing open... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review of this stove.
More reviews for Fireline FP5 stove (page 1 of 3)
Great stove in terms of look and heat output, however I am having problems slowing my burn down, flame is always very flickery no matter how much I turn top vent down, half a turn too much the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It sounds like the control to regulate the rate of burn is very fine. With practice I am sure you will find where it is best suited, a small adjustment and leave for a few mins at a time is advised seeing as half a turn is too much.
After one year fire rope has become unfurled,split and come away from door. not happy. thought it would last longer before replacing any parts.
Stove expert replied: Fire rope is a consumable item and replacement parts will be required to ensure the product stays in a good working order. Rather a shame that this required replacing so soon.
Installed 4 weeks ago. Just burning wood. On our 3 rd use the glass on the door developed a huge brown burn mark which is not removable by any methods suggested here. The glass is burnt. We... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you gone back to your supplier to see if the glass could be looked at by the manufacturer? Marks should clean off if the correct fuels have been used and if the stove has been operated as per the instructions provided. Glass that will not clean can be caused by too little air going through the stove or indeed too much and the stove being overdrawn. Worth following up to prevent any further damage to the appliance.
I have been using my new fx5w for about two months. I am comparing it to the Clearview Pioneer 400 which we installed in our previous house. (The Pioneer also is rated at 5 kW). I had a look... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The firebricks may be able to be turned round many are dual aspect which would get over the etching in the front face. Regarding the smoke coming into the room this may not be the fault of the stove but a poor draw on the flue system,. Make sure that there is enough free air in the room by possibly adding a vent. Making the flue taller may help this or fitting an anti downdraught cowl could overcome the problem.
I have had the "Laura Ashley" version of this stove for 2 years now so feel it is time to do a review. The stove is very easy to light and very controllable with a large glass door giving a... [ read more ]
We've had an FP5 for two years now. I find it very easy to light and it quickly draws well and heats rapidly. Once I learned how to spot badly seasoned wood I've had no issues with getting... [ read more ]
Recently had this log burner fitted, great looking stove and looks as big as an 8kw ,as it is as wide just not as deep. Using only kiln dried seasoned wood and we have great heat coming from... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Discolouration on a new glass should come off with a cloth dipped in wood ash or vinegar and should not be permanent.
Was recommended this stove by local supplier, not the most expensive as it's our first stove . Found it easy to use gives lot's of heat glass stays clean, more than happy.
not very pleased had the fire for six months the glass has started frosting and having to clean the glass everyday
Stove expert replied: If the glass has a spiders web effect creeping across it this is normally due to a chemical reaction taking place where the stove is not being used at a fast enough rate of burn to remove the flue gases from the firebox quickly enough. If the marks are cloudy in appearance then it is due to the stove being over fired for prolonged periods. In both cases the integrity of the glass has not been compromised but the effects are not reversible.