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We have a problem with our woodburning stove we get a lot of downdraft and not enough draw . Carole

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  • bichonfrise Nov 05, 2008

    Hi Robotek



    It`s a heater hope you can help as I can tast the wood smoke a lot of the time.





    Regards bichonfrise

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi bichonfrise



    i have an interest in wood fired ovens, what exactly do you have there. Is it a heater, or a cooking stove?



    regards

    robotek

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Hehehe i can know what that is like....

Is it a slow combustion heater? What sort of wood are you burning

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