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I bought a Charnwood stove and installed it. When lit, the stove makes a crackling noise like something is expanding and contracting. Surely this is wrong?

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Was there any update to this problem. We have a Island I that does exactly the same

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Why does my water heater make crackling noises


The crackling noise is from build-up of sediment.
I forget exact reaction that causes the noise.
Water heaters exposed to hard water will create sediment inside the tank.

Following link shows sediment and remedies for gas and electric water heaters.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Clean-sediment-out-of-water-heater.html

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