Glass in the wood-burning stove is cracked/broken
The glass in the wood-burning stove is a special ceramic glass that can withstand very high temperatures.
At high temperatures, as well as during warm-up and cool-down phases, the glass is especially sensitive to jolts or blows. If the door is slammed forcefully, or if the glass is exposed to other impacts, there is a risk that it may crack.
Should this occur, a glass set is available, which contains glass, sealing compound and an installation guide.