Outside wood stove – Do not unpack the stove immediately. Keep the cardboard on as long as the oven is to be moved around. Cut a piece out of the package so you can see where the glass door is. The side with the glass door must not be laid up to the back of the bag trolley, as it can damage the glass. The longer you can drive the stove on a sack trolley, the more you protect your back.
Once the stove has come safely into the living room without a scratch, you can unpack it. At the back of the oven there is room for the discharge pipes at the top. While the oven using the convection principle sucks air in through the bottom hole. Here we have chosen that the discharge pipe should sit at the top of the oven. So that the expert lifts off the top plate and removes the cover plate.
While the top is lifted off, a smoke nozzle must be added. It is the same diameter as the pipes, which here must be 120 mm. The smoke spout is screwed in with a metal stick across, ensuring that the chimney sweep’s ball hits the stove during sweeping. On top of the smoke nozzle is placed an intermediate piece, after which the 90 degree flue pipe is put on.