Morso 04 stove
The Morso 04 stove is the smallest of the 3 steel contemporary Morso stoves.
It has 1 door with glass in it and is a multi fuel stove meaning you can burn wood and coal in it.
The 04 can be placed on a 12mm thick hearth.
- Height: 573mm
- Width: 401mm
- Depth: 431mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 81%
Most Recent Review
But.....the glass has cracked 3 times and we definitely have Not bumped it what might be happening here?
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we've had this stove for 3yrs now and it's put up with lots of abuse having been installed for the first year temporarily in a dripping wet chimney. It survived and now has pride of place beneath... [ read more ]
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We have used this stove for almost 8 years now, but mainly from October to April (not in summer months). It has always amply heated out small stone built house and is warming the room within... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great feedback.
I installed the Morso 04 about a month ago. I have to say it's worth the money. Once you get the hang of the air intake( worth reading the manual twice) it gives a great heat. After roughly... [ read more ]
What a brilliant little stove. So efficient, would thoroughly recommend. Yes the fire bricks crack but they are easily replaced.We live in a modern house, had to have flue put in because we... [ read more ]
Great heat to size capacity, I can't complain too much about this stove overall its great. One minor criticism, because its small, you can sometimes tend to easily over load it and have burning... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you are over-loading the stove this can lead to a shortening life time of the internal components, perhaps load less to see if this makes a difference to the baffle life time!
First time users - this is a fine unit, easy to control and just right to heat our dining room and lounge. Early days as it has only been working since November but the build quality and operation... [ read more ]
A few times the stove has gone out in the first couple of minutes after lighting, this seems to happen especially at the beginning of the heating season when the chimney is cold and damp. I... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Try leaving the door a jar when first lighting so that the flue gases are lifted out of the stove. If gases are coming back down the flue then this should be looked into as there should always be a draw to insure the stove can work effectively. It may not be the stove that is at fault but a poor flue draw!! Advise getting this checked.
The biggest fault we have with the stove is it just never seams to be able to get the room warm....any ideas would be much appreciated. The reason we bought this small little stove was to be... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Have you got 150mm clearance either side and back with 300mm above? If smaller then the heat will not radiate freely as the space is restricting its flow. A fan on the top may help to circulate if you have room.
We have our Morso 04 for three years,always burning well seasoned logs.The side firebricks cracked soon after purchase but our chimney sweep(an ex stove installer)manages to remove and refit... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Producing good output and providing the firebricks are protecting the metal can be used. These are consumable so will require periodic replacement.
A Morso 4 stove was purchased for my Wine Estate's tasting room in November 2010. Living in Cape Town - South Africa, our winters are not very cold but the fire is used steadily in winter to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Wet wood can cause problems when used in any stove, you may not be aware that the stove flue is over-drawing unless you are not able to close the stove down to a slumbering mode. These are consumable items and will require replacing and it may be worth getting a thicker one fabricated if this happens again.