Jotul F 400 stove
The Jotul F400 stove is a wood burning stove - it is also available with a multi fuel kit for burning coal & smokeless fuel.
This stove is easy to recognise - it is quite wide and the door has a curved top.
It is available with lattice work on the door or plain glass.
- Height: 744mm
- Width: 670mm
- Depth: 597mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Woodburning
- Nominal Heat Output: 7.5kW
Most Recent Review
Just recently fitted an f400. this was to replace a Morso Owl. the f400 is a really good stove. I burn seasoned wood and the stove has plenty of air supply. I find I am able to vary the heat... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
I bought the stove at the end of September after a lot of research into buying my first log burner.For me the f400 is the GTI of log burners! It heats my timber framed Longhouse in Normandy... [ read more ]
More reviews for Jotul F 400 stove (page 1 of 2)
I have recently moved to a house with a Jotul F400. My initial experience exactly reproduces that experienced by Fergus 4 years ago. I have used smaller versions in the past that did not suffer... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You do not say what the problems are that you are experiencing so unable to advise specifically things to check. The installation is key and would be a good starting point along with having the chimney swept, making sure there is enough air in the room and the fuel is a good quality.
One issue mentioned by many reviewers is the air flow. I assume that the slower air flow is due to the re-burner above the stove box. To avoid smoking, I only burn 2 year dried and split wood... [ read more ]
after a few fires during 2014, two years after purchasing, I noticed top of stove, ceramic cracking and blistering in right hand top, far corner. I am careful with stove and have never dropped... [ read more ]
I have had a Jotul 400 for 7 years. My experience is that stove is very sensitive to the layout of the flue. I had endless problems with smoke entering the room as soon as the door was opened... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Different stoves can react using the same flue system due to the manufacturing process, style, flue diam etc.
I WISH THAT I HAD FOUND THIS SITE, BEFORE I PURCHASED MY JOTUL F400. I AM IN TO MY SECOND WINTER WITH MY JOTUL AND IT IS KEEPING THE HOUSE CLOSE TO 70 WITH THE OUTSIDE TEMP AT OR BELOW ZERO.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Ask you installer for further advice or speak to a flue expert. May be an anti down-draught cowl is required.
We had our F400 fitted 2 years ago and despite heeding all the advice about burning well-seasoned wood, using a moisture meter etc, the glass constantly gets black at both sides. I have also... [ read more ]
Ash pan is generous and despite claims by resellers that with wood only burning little ash will be generated regular (weekly) emptying of this is needed to prevent ash spilling out into the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Disappointing review of the Jotul stove. Is there an airbrick in the room? The flue draw may be an issue and should be checked to insure that the stove can function correctly.
Had the installer come out to have a look. Yes the flue was blocked (tricky) the chicken wire we put around the flue to stop birds coming down the flue to nest build up debris because we were... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Always give a stove a short period of fast burn (15 - 20mins) twice a day to insure that the residues produced during a slow burn period are burnt off and do not build up as this can cause chimney fires and smoking problems as described above. Regular checks should be made to see that the flue remains clear.