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Old Nov 5th 2008, 3:04 am
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Hi all, can anyone give me any advice on where I may purchase a log burning stove at a reasonable price? Sevilla province.

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Old Nov 5th 2008, 3:32 am
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Originally Posted by celestine
Hi all, can anyone give me any advice on where I may purchase a log burning stove at a reasonable price? Sevilla province.

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www.leroymerlin.es

They have a store in Sevilla.
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also Comercial Prados in Estepa, MercabaƱo on the Herrera-Puente Genil road and Bronpi in Lucena.
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A word of warning: if you get one with a fan, make sure the switch is not plastic - you may think this is unlikely but the one in our house was & (obviously) melted & (obviously) now doesn't work......ho hum!
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A word of warning: if you get one with a fan, make sure the switch is not plastic - you may think this is unlikely but the one in our house was & (obviously) melted & (obviously) now doesn't work......ho hum!
Really??? I find that incredible!
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Really??? I find that incredible!
But this is Spain
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Really??? I find that incredible!
and dont forget.dont put wood on the fire unless you have your rubber gloves on.I have had a belt of a few of them when I went to open the door to put wood on.
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Originally Posted by betris
and dont forget.dont put wood on the fire unless you have your rubber gloves on.I have had a belt of a few of them when I went to open the door to put wood on.
Had to use oven gloves for ours where we used to live, the handle was much too hot for anything less.
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Have I lived a sheltered life ?
I have never seen a log burner with a fan on it.
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Have I lived a sheltered life ?
I have never seen a log burner with a fan on it.
....yes you have
a "recuperador" is a must
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....yes you have
a "recuperador" is a must
We only had a sliding louvre on ours, or open the door a bit.
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Originally Posted by jdr
We only had a sliding louvre on ours, or open the door a bit.
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Originally Posted by jdr
Have I lived a sheltered life ?
I have never seen a log burner with a fan on it.
yes some of them have elecric fans on them to blow out the warm air further around the room so you can have the fire on tick over basicly and it saves a bit more fuel(wood)but some times the heat does strange things to the electrics and you get a shock.I suppose its a bit like having an ice cream in the desert

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Originally Posted by jdr
Have I lived a sheltered life ?
I have never seen a log burner with a fan on it.

Here I am thinking you were a man of the world
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