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
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is extremely efficient, so you can control the way it burns quickly - though this does take a few goes to understand the settings. It's also very good value for money.
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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.
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30mins on wood. I have to admit we have done virtually no maintenance on the stove in this time, that's not to say it probably should have had some! All fire bricks are intact and original!! We burn reclaimed wood (fence posts and builders off cuts) 90% of the time and then revert to compacted wood briquettes when wood runs out. Occasionally use coal but takes too long to heat up when we need quick heat form 7pm till 11pm most nights. We have a flue liner within the old stone chimney and whenever swept it has very little soot. Main complaint is having to cut the wood into such small bits takes too much of ones evenings!! As an architect, I also love the clean and simple design of the stove and is mainly why I chose it. Highly recommended for anyone thinking to use it as we do above.
Stove expert replied: Great feedback.
had no chimney. Gas bill has tumbled. Should add that have access to wood but even if you haven't then no brainer. Changed our lives. Any doubts contact me
stuff roll back out at you. Not a problem if you have a large enough hearth, but the main thing to be aware of with this stove, is that it burns through a baffle plate about once every 18 months, not a big issue, but an added running cost
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!
gives the impression of a well designed and well built log burner.
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.
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.