Morso 6140 stove
The Morso 6140 is a contemporary style woodburner with quite a big window.
- Height: 753mm
- Width: 451mm
- Depth: 386mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Wood burning
- Nominal Heat Output: 5.5kW
- Efficiency: 80.1%
Most Recent Review
We installed the 6143 during a major renovation 2 years ago, so we have done 2 winters in Australia. The positives are looks, design & quality of finish. It heats the 75 square metres of open... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Your comments about an exploding log are surprising, had the log been treated with anything? Stoves should have a hearth that extends 300mm in front which should then catch any ash or debris produced, have you a suitable hearth in place to protect the wooden flooring? I have known of previous cases where ignition of flue gases on opening the stove door have occurred, this was due to the incorrect fuel, poor air movement by keeping the stove controls shut down which prevent flue gases form combusting adequately. Do you keep the air control open and have you adequate free air in the room where the stove is installed?
Most Popular Review
We already have a Morso (1412) stove that heats our home & that really transformed our winter heating routine. When we extended this year adding a 21sqm conservatory / extension a woodburner... [ read more ]
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We''ve had this stove for just over a year and are still delighted with it''s performance and unobtrusive appearance when unlit. Of course, when it is lit the large, high off the ground window... [ read more ]
Had the 6148 installed. My wife wanted this because of the contemporary design. I have had wood stoves before and this is the worst designed stove on the planet!!! If you want to fill your house... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: There may be factors that prevent this stove from functioning as expected. Have you a short flue (less than 4.5mtrs?) Is there an airbrick in the room to provide adequate free air to allow combustion to occur? Wood burns best on a bed of ash so an over draught is required.
Now it's smoking extensively from the rear to the extent that we cannot use it. About to buy another brand. In my experience my Morso fire was aesthetically great but gave dire performance.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Did you get the flue draw checked as the problems experienced sound indicative of a poor drawing flue system. The glass discolouration also indicates insufficient air for combustion to occur correctly which can't be blamed on the stove but down to the installation. You say it is smoking from the rear, have you had the chimney swept? What horizontal run is there as it should not exceed 150mm! Expert investigation suggested to ensure the stove has been installed as per the manufacturers guidelines.
Had my Morso 6140 installed for just over a year now. Great stove, no problems, very efficient and an absolute joy to sit by. Would recommend to everyone
I had this stove fitted a few days ago and I am absolutely thrilled with it. I have not had a wood-burning stove before (or any stove) so was nervous about being able to light it and control... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments.
Although simple looking, you can tell it has been very well designed and engineered. Pricier than some but you definitely get what you pay for with a Morso. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this... [ read more ]
We have used a number of stoves over the years. We chose this one for our kitchen/living area partly because it has a beautifully simple, unfussy, contemporary appearance. The air wash system... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The instructions are always there for a reason and it really pays to take time to read them so that you get the best from the stove. Good feedback.
The comments about lighting are reasonable, it takes a while to get hot but once the fire box is glowing red then its great and wood can be easily added. Itís just a bit of a balancing act... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Ash should not be left to build up in the ash pan as this can shorten the grate system, it should be removed as soon as the stove has bee riddled!