Kielanders wrote:[quote="wsherrick"]Just clean that puppy off, then polish it up with some stove polish. Get a 2 foot section of stove pipe and force one end of it to comply with the stove collar. You might need a couple of extra hands to be ready with the screws to fasten it while you are holding it in place.
I just measured it before trying - it seems a 7" oval adapter is required (~22" circumference) and on order.
A 6" round squished to an oval will fit the WM outlet .
How do you light and reload your Warm Morning?
For my Harman's, I fully bank the coal, and set a nice size wood fire on the unbanked side. By the time the wood has been going about 20 minutes, the coal begins to burn its way up the hill of the bank over the next 12 hours.
Because the Warm Morning is more like a verticle cylinder, I'm having trouble seeing how I'll be able to do that.
Also, with our bit coal, on the reload, I'm concerned about just shoveling it in - as when I try that with our stoves presently, it usually knocks the fire down, then starts coking the new coal with no flame, creating a puff-back situation within just a few minutes.
As I'm burning now, I've been doing full loads, then letting it almost completely burn down before reload.