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 Post subject: MORSO STOVE REPAIR
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:07 pm 
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MORSO STOVE : I have a 7 year old Morso 3110 multi fuel stove that needs it's cast iron top baffle replacing. Which is the easiest way of doing this. The stove is in an alcove so access to the rear is limited without removing the whole stove. Can the baffle be replaced from the front? cheers


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No idea, but I would imagine you could.



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Take a look at one of the exploded diagrams from here --> http://www.oilstoves.co.uk/partpdfmorso.php?Morso you should get a better idea of how to do it plus further down there are parts lists with the correct codes for ordering.



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Styx,
Your link does not open because you have a letter 'y' in front of the http:

This opens:
http://www.oilstoves.co.uk/partpdfmorso.php?Morso

Plloyd, :welcome:

To replace the top baffle plate, open the door and with one hand under the front of the plate, push it up a little and using your other hand, lower the side firebrick down onto the grill. You may need to lower both side firebricks but you should then be able to lower the front of the baffle and unhook it from the top of the rear fire brick. It will be covered with ash and crap on top of it but that will clean out.

To replace with a new baffle just reverse the procedure, by hooking the the plate onto the rear brick and then, with it pushed up towards the top of the stove, tilt the side bricks back into the upright position and push them towards the side of the stove. Let the baffle rest on the side and back firebricks and you should have it firmly in place.

Done it several times for chimney sweeping and replacing the firebricks on an Aarrow Stove and the expert says yours is the same.

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Opens for me Dave. :lol:

If the OP means part 11 it bolts on.

if the bolts are inside yes otherwise it will bolt on from the back.


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He edited the link but there was a 'y' infront of the http that the browser would not recognise.

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Yes there was dave for about 10sec before i realised it and fixed it but Image


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Morso do not issue any instructions for replacing Stove Spares.
Apparently all spare are really easy to replace.
Just take not on how you take the baffle plate out and put the new one back the same way

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