Newbourne 40FS stove
The Newbourne 40FS is the smaller version of the Newbourne 50FS stove. It is DEFRA approved from smoke control areas. The Newbourne 40FS has great controlability with both the primary and secondary air controls.
- Height: 580mm
- Width: 503mm
- Depth: 374mm
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quality is excellent with no faults at all. I love the minimal look, the cheaper option stoves have too much decoration or a badge. The handle does get warm but what would you expect? I always use gloves to open the door to put in another log. Again, this is the only choice of fire to go for.
Stove expert replied: Purchasing the same stove again is a good recommendation for any stove, great comments.
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it gets a bit annoying ,I didn't get that with our old burner.
Stove expert replied: Is the flue lined? Does the air flow noise continue if the controls are fully shut? It may be that the flue draw is excessive for this stove!
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Stove expert replied: You do not say how old the product is, if under 12 months I would advise that you go back to your supplier to see if this can be addressed under warranty. A longer lasting fix might be to use graphite powder on the moving part, it may need this again in the future if no obvious way of loosening the slider is evident. Graphite powder is not affected by heat whereas WD40 will be. Does this only happen when the stove is hot?
Stove expert replied: More information is required to be able to advise fully. You haven't said if this is a new installation, if the chimney is lined and if it has been swept, what fuel is being burnt, if there is a room vent etc etc. Sometimes you can get a smell but generally it is when the stoves paint is curing when new, if the chimney needs cleaning, a down draught and there are other causes so I would suggest further investigation to establish the cause and then you should be able to find a remedy that is suitable.
t feel right for some reason...
Stove expert replied: Have you gone back to your supplier? This may be a change that has been made and often a manufacturer provides a glove for opening the stove due to the handle getting hot.
, during this time we've not used the stove everyday however the ''fire brick'' material inside has degraded massively, the back is heavily pitted, the two bottom sides have cracked and the roof of the fire box has fallen in. I contacted the manufacturer explaining my complaints and he basically said I would have to buy replacements for about £50 and wait 10 working days. Essentially now I don't have a stove for winter / Christmas, the customer service is very poor, at best blunt and worst rude and it would appear I would be advised to buy multiple sets of the interior bricks as due to what must be a design flaw these have only lasted five minutes. I haven't burnt the stove super hot, and always take care to achieve a rolling flame, I've been super careful loading the stove as the material looked cheap and flimsy from the start and my chimney is restricted so it doesn't burn too hot either. If I had my choice again I wouldn't buy this stove and I'd have the manufacturer collect it and give me my money back. THERES MUCH BETTER OUT THERE
Stove expert replied: The internal liners can continue to be used if they are cracked providing they are protecting the metal of the stove. If they have become damp they will deteriorate more quickly and care when loading the stove is important not to heavily impact them with the fuel if possible. They are not covered by warranty as deemed as consumable. You could try reversing the ones that are showing most wear so that you can use the stove and purchase replacements when required. Both faces can normally be used.
a new flue liner down. Please can you advise.
Stove expert replied: The flue may have an excessive draw on it and you may need to have a damper or stabilizer fitted to gain better control of the appliance. This requires further investigation, as a matter of urgency, as leaving it burning too vigorously can lead to permanent damage to the appliance and will invalidate the warranty.
logs last longer. Seems very efficient. Any noise when the air intakes are open disappear as soon as they are partially closed. The large glass window gives a perfect view of the flames and the heat output is phenomenal. The only minor niggle for me is the various nooks & crannies below the grate & in the back of the door where ash accumulates but use of an ash vacuum cleaner solves this. Great choice of stove for us.
, like myself, you learn as you go on how to use the controls, and most important is the fuel you use with this fire, my fuel of choice was logs so would recommend a good quality and not use wet or unseasoned logs, to get the best from your fire , Next job, before the new season, would be to get the chimney swept, but as mentioned previously, am still very happy with this fire regarding its construction and output of heat etc.
Stove expert replied: Good review. It is paramount that the fuel used is dry and seasoned and has a moisture content of less than 20% not only for the heat that is generated but to maintain a clear flue.
into the fire when it is burning? Already spent £90 for 2 replacements so quite frustrated that this is happening. Please can you advise why and suggest what we can do to prevent it? Thank you. Also the glass has a foggy, white look which does spoil the effect a little.
Stove expert replied: The glass discolouring with a white milky shadow is normally caused by the stove over-firing, this may be down to operator error or an over -drawing flue. If the stove is not controllable, so that you can achieve a gentle flame picture, then the flue draw should be taken and if it exceeds the manufacturers guidelines this needs to be rectified. Either a flue damper or stabilizer is required to prevent further damage. The top brick breaking 3 times in such a short space of time may indicate an over-drawing flue and if you get this corrected the problem may be resolved.