How are you going to light the fire?? Did you get some 'coal mice' or fire starter bags from the dealer?? Or is this a used stove??
You can use a 2-3" long piece of road flare on the grate, light it and cover with a handfull of coal, and start the fans running, this is how I started the fire in the flat-grate stoves I had.
Or you can use some BBQ charcoal. Break two or three cubes of charcoal into pieces about 1/2" round, and put in a can, add some rubbing alcohol. The coal will soak up the Isopropyl alcohol, and make them easy to light. Put a handfull of the soaked charcoal on the grate, light the charcoal, and add a handfull of rice anthracite up against and slightly over the coarcoal, start the fans running..
Or if you have 'coal mice' put on on the grate, light it's 'tail' and cover the mouse with a handfull of rice coal.. start the fans.
As said above, if the stove is new, the stove body will smoke and stink some as the paint cures and the oil on the steel burns off, so plan on opening a window or two till the stove has 'cured' the paint.
Hope this helps..