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Maintenance & Stove Care

The Ecco Stove range has been designed for not only optimum performance, but also ease of maintenance and parts replacement.

Emptying the ash pit

The efficient burn of the combustibles reduces the amount of ash to dispose of and the shovel design of the ash pan makes emptying the left over ash a simple process. We would recommend you empty the ash pan every 1-2 days to ensure you have adequate primary airflow for optimum combustion.

Cleaning the glass door

The Ecco Stove will clean the glass itself when fired at optimum capacity via the internal temperature of the combustion chamber and the air wash system. However, should you find a build up on the glass that you would like to clean off in between firing, then this video shows a simple method of keeping the glass crystal clear.

Lighting the stove

The more you use the Ecco Stove the easier it becomes to light as it holds in the heat from your previous burn cycle. This video shows how to light the fire from a cold start to ensure you can walk away knowing your home will begin heating up again soon.

Refilling the stove

Refuelling the Ecco Stove is a simple task due to the retained heat within the appliance. In this video we show the best and safest way to refuel the Ecco Stove ready for your next heating cycle. Always remember to open the door slightly before opening fully to load and to increase your primary air to allow combustion, (after reloading and closing the glass door).

Reaching the ideal temperature

The Ecco Stove is very simple to use, with very little input from the user you can achieve the optimum result and achieve the highly efficient burn that the Ecco Stove has become known for. When the optimum temperatures are achieved the stove captures the heat so that it can be distributed throughout the day or night to your home.

Cleaning the smoke channels

The Ecco Stove is a slow heat release appliance and as such has contra flow channels that ensure maximum heat is retained from the fire and the most efficient burn is achieved. Typically this is a difficult process with this type of stove but with the Ecco Stove it is a simple 5-10 minute operation.