ONEDOLLAR wrote:I saw one of those on CL not too long ago. Perhaps that very stove.
Anyway I am pretty sure, as in 99.999999% it is a Morso but not one that was exported to the US. You should email Morso in Denmark and ask them yourself. Don't take the word of someone in the UK who said they asked someone. Do it yourself.
I owned a Morso wood stove for years and it was a great little unit. Morso makes quality products. Too bad the only coala stove they currently make is much to small for much besides living on a boat.
I will also dig around and see what I can find too.
ONEDOLLAR wrote:There is nothing in it for the dealers if you think about it. You already own the stove and they don't stock the parts. Not alot of incentive there. Not that all dealers think this way but many do. That is why I mentioned to go to the source. Ask Morso in Denmark directly. My gut tells me someone there will be able to help you.
Morso used to have all of their old stoves user manuals on line. Didn't see that link last time I was there though.
What part of the US are you in? I honestly saw that same stove on CL in either MA or NH.
Hope this helps as I am curious about your stove as well. Someone up here in the New England area has the same stove as well so there are some of them around. What size coal are you burning BTW?
franco b wrote:Bridging will depend a great deal on the particular coal and the diameter of the fire pot. Giving it a poke from above is easy enough.
Since this was most likely a Euro stove, in Europe they burn a lot of coal "briquetts". Could be what the stove was designed to burn. Let us know what you find out and I will do some more digging as well.