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All firewood should be split, stacked and covered for 8-12 months prior to use. You can also purchase a moisture meter to check the moisture content of your firewood. Seasoned wood should have a moisture content of no more than 20% to burn properly.
For more information on seasoning wood visit www.woodheat.org
Jøtul keeps spare parts in stock for 10 years after a product is discontinued. Replacement parts for discontinued stoves more than 10 years old may be available at: www.woodmanspartsplus.com
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No, all sales happen via the dealers. Jøtul does not sell directly from the factory.
No, this is not possible.
Yes. All of our gas products come standard with a fuel conversion kit.
Jøtul approves the burning of commonly available compressed wood logs in the Jøtul F 370 only.
Such fuel needs to be made from 100% wood. Jøtul does not approve the use of wood pellets or prefabricated logs that contain binding agents such as parafin wax.
All Jøtul products are labeled. Newer model products have a plate located on the rear of the unit containing the name, serial number, and technical info. Older model units will have a product number on the door or on the burn plates.
Rust on cast iron is usually only on the surface. The painted surfaces are polished with steel wool or a brush with a steel bristle and re-painted with Jøtul's wood stove paint that can be acquired from the Jøtul dealer.
These are available under Technical documentation section of each product page.