Morso 06 stove
The Morso 06 is the middle sized steel contemporary stove from Morso.
It has a minimalistic look and 1 plain door. The 06 will burn wood and coal and other solid fuels. You can place the 06 stove on a 12m thick hearth.
- Height: 633mm
- Width: 497mm
- Depth: 483mm
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was no chimney, so flu cost's were north of the Â£1k mark, ouch. My biggest complaint would be the smell when it gets really hot. It leaves a funny odour, there is a CO alarm and heat alarm in the room its installed in, is it because its steel? I didn't realise the fuel you burn has such an effect on performance. I started off burning soft wood that wasn't seasoned (did it once) and thought why is the wood leaking..!! Bit of research and only straw like clumps of hard wood go in or fire logs made from compressed saw dust. Easy to light and maintain, also really easy to set the heat alarm off.
Stove expert replied: The curing process will take a few firings and should be built up in heat intensity, once cured there should be no smell that caused offence. Perhaps get the flue checked to insure correct clearances have been allowed for.
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Stove expert replied: You did not say how long you had had the top plate before distortion has happened, if only a short period you may be buring the stove too hard!
gives us headaches. The supplier says nothing wrong. A dilemma. Where to go next? The CO alarm remains quiet. Is it possible to have gas analysis to look for SO2 or high CO2 levels?
Stove expert replied: If installer unable to help try contacting Hetas and ask if they have a specialist in your area that could visit, it may cost a little but for peace on mind would be worth it. Hope you get is sorted so that you can enjoy the stove more in the future.
but as courtesy measure they sent me a new glass and guess what? bigger brackets; so much for their warranties and after sales service rubbish.
Stove expert replied: I think that Morso having supplied you with a new glass and bigger brackets is a reasonable after sales service, they may be correct in saying that it had not happened before but they have corrected it now!!
to put tiny bits of wood like other stoves. I would recommend them to anyone.
lines as it was going into a fairly modern room. I've had mine for three weeks now and I simply love it. It takes a bit of time to get to know but once you have worked out how to get the best out of it, it's a joy. Loads of heat, easy to use. I don't bother with the air controls most of the time, leaving the lever pushed in all the way so the secondary air system and the air wash are at their optimum. If you burn it not hot enough or the wood is a bit damp the glass will soot up but most of it comes off with a wipe from a bit of newspaper. OK maybe not that cheap but you definitely get what you pay for. Well worth every penny.