Fulmination

During heat-up and cool-down, most wood-burning stoves make a ‘ticking’ sound, and this is known as fulmination. In some cases, the normal ’tick’ can give way to a few louder bangs. This can be attributed to the fact that, in relation to the welding of the wood-burning stove, points of tension have been created in the steel construction. These points of tension are released during warm-up and cool-down phases.

Answer:
• In some cases, these points of tension can be removed by firing the wood-burning stove up quickly
• The heat shield behind the door is loosened, and then tightened again
• If the rear outlet is blocked, the seal is loosened and tightened again

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