Review of Franco Belge Belfort stove
Belfort Franco Belge
The Cam Pin grub screw ceases up therefore you can''t tighten it up, therefore it''s NOT locking as it should, therefore insufficient.A stainless cam pin - grub screw would make more sense. I will have to take the whole door off to buy the whole thing, ludicrous yes I know. How do I take the door off, can''t fathom that one out either!!!!! I would NOT recommend anybody buying this particular stove.
Stove expert replied: The manual states: Figure 7 The closing latch rotates around a pressure screw positioned cam. - Loosen pressure screw 1. - Turn cam to desired position 2. Tighten pressure screw 1. In the manual it appears that the hinge pin can be knocked out so that the door can be lifted off the stove, a two handed job or rather two person may be better. Please refer to the manual for available replacement parts that may solve the locking problem.
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