The main questions and answers about stoves and heating.
- The fireplace stove is burning poorly, there is no draft or smoke is released into the room during stoking and burning.
- The fireplace stove cannot be heated up fast enough.
- The area is not heated enough
- The heat output of the fireplace stove is too high.
- The fireplace stove smells during operation.
- The fireplace stove makes noise, noisy operation, cracking
- The glass on the furnace door becomes dirty
- The output of the exchanger is too low
- The heating system is overheated
- Additional questions
During the first few heating cycles, the paint on the heating unit is hardened and may smell. This is why it is important not to exceed the maximum allowed heat output of the fireplace stove. During the first 4-5 heating cycles, ensure good air circulation in the room with the heating unit and insulate it from other rooms to prevent the smell from spreading; also, remove any small animals and birds from the area with the varnish vapors. It is also recommended you turn off water aeration in aquariums during this period. As soon as the paint is fired, the smell will disappear.
See also First Operation of the Fireplace Stove in the General Installation and Operating Manual for RHÉA-FLAM products.