Morso 8140 Installation And Operating Instructions Manual

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Installation and Operating Instructions
8100 series
For use in North America
Read this entire manual before you install and use your new room heater. If this room heater is
not properly installed, a house fire may result. To reduce the risk of fire, follow the installation
instructions. Failure to follow instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury, or
even death.
Contact local building officials about restrictions and installation/inspection-requirements
in your area.
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MORSØ JERNSTØBERI A/S . DK-7900 NYKØBING MORS
E-Mail: stoves@morsoe.com · Website: www.morsoe.com
A French version of the manual can be downloaded at www.morsona.com
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  • Page 1 Installation and Operating Instructions 8100 series For use in North America Read this entire manual before you install and use your new room heater. If this room heater is not properly installed, a house fire may result. To reduce the risk of fire, follow the installation instructions.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    We congratulate you on your choice of a Morsø stove. Morsø has been producing some of the world’s best stoves since 1853. If you follow this installation- and operating instruction carefully, we can assure you many years of warmth and pleasure. CONTENTS: Installation of your Morsø...
  • Page 3: Installation Of Your Morsø Stove

    1.2 The chimney / flue system 1.0 Installation of your Morsø stove Note that the flue system must be independently secured and must not rely on the stove for support. Installation of woodburning stoves must be safe and legal. The stove must not be connected to a chimney flue serving any other appliance. If your Morsø...
  • Page 4: Flue Connection

    1.3 Flue Connection The stove is supplied from the factory with a round blanking plate blocking off the top and rear flue exit (behind the rear shield plate). A flue collar are placed in the firebox area. Use a 24 MSG black or blue chimney connector or listed double wall chimney connector. Refer to local codes and the chimney manufacturer’s instructions for precautions required for passing a chimney through a combustible wall or ceiling.
  • Page 5: Positioning The Stove

    1.5 Positioning the stove Distance to walls and lintel When the stove is positioned near combustible materials, observe all current local and national building regulations with regards to clearances. Whatever regulations apply to your area, do not in any case install the stove within 8 inches of combustible materials around the sides or 16 inches above the top of the stove (fireplace installations require greater clearances above the stove - see below in the clearance chart).
  • Page 6: Mobile Home Installation

    Distance to furniture CAUTION: The recommended minimum distance from stove to furniture is 30 inches. Note that some THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE MOBILE HOME FLOOR, WALL, AND CEILING/ROOF MUST furniture is more easily affected by heat and may need to be moved to a greater distance. This BE MAINTAINED (I.E., DO NOT CUT THROUGH FLOOR JOIST, WALL STUD, CEILING TRUSS, ETC.) is your responsibility.
  • Page 7: Lighting And Loading Intervals

    Step-by-step procedure Choosing your fuel All types of natural wood can be burned on your stove, but they must be well-seasoned and 1. The air supply must be fully open. dry. Once the wood is cut to length, it should be split down middle - to suit the dimensions given below - to allow moisture to evaporate.
  • Page 8 5. When the chimney is warm after about 10. For refueling, add a layer of wood while 5-10 minutes, the door should be closed. there are still plenty of live embers, repeat A suitable layer of ember will be formed steps 6-9.
  • Page 9: Maintenance

    Rules of woodburning Ceramic glass replacement If you want less heat, put fewer logs on the stove and reduce the amount of air. It is still important Ceramic glass cannot be recycled because it has a higher melting point that ordinary glass. to maintain a good layer of embers.
  • Page 10: Cleaning The Stove And The Flue

    NOTE: The flame-path equipment, the ceramic rope and the paint finish are not covered Caution: guarantee. Never empty a stove in operation. Never use your household or shop vacuum cleaner to remove ash from the stove; All of these service parts can be bought from your morsø dealer, and we recommend that damaged always remove and dispose of the ash properly.
  • Page 11: Leaving The Stove For Extended Periods

    1. The bottom baffle is lifted up a bit and held 5. The upper baffle is removed from the in that position. Loosen the side bricks. brackets and lifted out of the firechamber. 2. Tip the side bricks and remove them from the fire chamber.
  • Page 12: Parts Diagram

    3.5 Parts diagram for model Morsø 8100 3.6 Parts list for model Morsø 8100 Posnr. Parts: 8140 NA 8142 NA 8141 NA 8147 NA 8148 NA 8150 NA 8151 NA W. drawer incl. turnable Pedistal incl. Pedistal Soapstone Soapstone base 90°...
  • Page 13 Posnr. Parts: 8140 NA 8142 NA 8141 NA 8147 NA 8148 NA 8150 NA 8151 NA W. drawer incl. turnable Pedistal incl. Pedistal Soapstone Soapstone base 90° turneble base 90° Distance tube 542641 541439 542641 Radiant shielding, rear 71811400 71811400...