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What are the routine things that I do to keep my stove working right?

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What are the routine things that I do to keep my stove working right?

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Routine maintenance tasks are essential to peak stove performance: • Burn pot (Figure 15): Checked daily and cleaned periodically to keep air inlets open. Frequency of cleaning depends on fuel type, grade, and content. • Ash drawer (see Figure 15): Emptying recommended before starting new fires and occasionally during stove operation. Frequency depends on fuel and stove design. Typically once or twice a week, but monthly in some new designs. • Heat exchanger (Figure 16): On some stoves, simply a matter of moving a rod that scrapes the tubes inside the stove. May require professional service on others. • Ash traps: Chambers located behind the fire chamber which prevent excess fly ash in the exhaust from exiting the stove. Easily accessed for ash removal by owners in some designs; on others, professional service is required. • Glass: Cleaned with glass cleaner, when the glass is completely cool, on stoves with effective air wash systems. May require more vigorous methods on others. Shoul

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Routine maintenance tasks are essential to peak stove performance: * Burn pot (Figure 15). Checked daily and cleaned periodically to keep air inlets open. Frequency of cleaning depends on fuel type, grade, and content. * Ash drawer (see Figure 15). Emptying recommended before starting new fires and occasionally by interrupting stove operation. Frequency depends on fuel and stove design. Typically once or twice a week, but monthly in some new designs. * Heat exchanger (Figure 16) On some stoves, simply a matter of moving a rod that scrapes the tubes inside the stove. May require professional service on others. * Ash traps. Chambers located behind the fire chamber which prevent excess fly ash in the exhaust from exiting the stove. Easily accessed for ash removal by owners in some designs; on others requires professional service. * Glass. Cleaned with glass cleaner when the glass is completely cool on stoves with effective air wash systems. May require more vigorous methods on others. * H

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