Russo Glass-View wood Stove

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replying to paul9877856, joann pagnac wrote: Is it possible to send a copy of msnual...been looking for one
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remyack had written this in response to http://www.thestuccocompany.com/maintenance/Re-Russo-Glass-View-wood-Stove-284534-.htm : I'm looking for a manual for the russo glass view stove any chance you came across one please e-mail me at snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com thanks so much
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On Saturday, January 19, 2008 8:25:12 PM UTC-5, Lil Lil Shemp wrote:

Looks like you need HELP I have had 50 years experience with wood burning
First installation must be to code all masonary stone around the unit preferably inserted into fireplace Air tight chimney best use stainless heavy gague tube all the way to the top of chimney with stainless cap
place asbestos steel plate in front near wood loading where sparks may fall
KEEP WOOD VERY DRY USE OLD RUBBER ROOFING to cover wood pile keeping it 50 ft away from the house bugs willcollect there ants and termites
NO smoke should ever be in the house burn full heat once a day for an hour to keep chimney clean also use CuSo2 once a month
cut your own wood Harbor fretght has a Manual splitter very nice and time well spent because it is slow and nobody bothers you while you split wood also electric chain saw is handy and cheap to use
have loggers drop off big stuff nobody wants it but you have to work more
stack wood on bricks off the ground to avoid rotting
My Russo takes 28 inch logs and glass view replaces TV and is peaceful no ads or news loook out the window for weather you will save oil
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On 2/16/2014 1:43 AM, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

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On Saturday, January 19, 2008 8:25:12 PM UTC-5, Lil Lil Shemp wrote:

Trick to get draft going stuff a sheet of newspaper up the stack and light it you will start the draft in a hurry
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On Saturday, January 19, 2008 8:25:12 PM UTC-5, Lil Lil Shemp wrote:

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On Saturday, January 19, 2008 8:25:12 PM UTC-5, Lil Lil Shemp wrote:

to start your fire
first set it up with kindling wnd larger wood above put a small piece of fire starting block 1 x1 inch cut a small piece
open flue damper and if you feel cold air use a sheet of newspaper in the stack to start the up draft by lighting it
do not use gasoline or sprays
light the fire starter block and enjoy
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