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Authorised retailers of genuine replacement spare parts for all Morso wood-burning and multi-fuel stoves

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FAQ: What is the difference between a Morso 6100, 6140, 6141, 6143 & 6148?

The answer is simply the base.

6100 refers to the stove body/firebox, this stays the same regardless of which base you have.

The last two digits refer to the base. 6140 has a low base, the 6148 is on a pedestal, the 6141 has cast legs and the 6143 has an open base.

As the only thing that changes is the base the spare parts for the firebox are all the same.  Parts for the 6100 range can be found here

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How to identify which model of Morso Squirrel you have.

Carrying the iconic Squirrel image, the first Morso 1410 Squirrel was introduced to the UK in 1980 and has been a firm favourite with both householders and boat owners ever since.  New models have been developed over the years all of which, with the exception of the 1440, are still in production.

A common mistake that people make is thinking that the numbers cast on the parts of the stove are the model number however they are actually the casting numbers for the parts themselves.

The following information provides a quick and simple way to identify your stove....

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What are the benefits of a stove thermometer?

A flue gas thermometer is used to measure the temperature of the smoke in the flue pipe right above your stove. Since fitting ours we have genuinely changed the way we use our stove

When ensuring optimal combustion you can obtain;

  • Longer burn times
  • Less refuelling
  • Cleaner chimney
  • Environmentally friendly combustion
  • By using your stove at the proper running temperature you will naturally maintain the durability of the firebox.

Use the following temperature guide to get the best out of your stove;

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Why has my baffle distorted?

The cast components used inside any Morsø stove are in fact Chrome Iron; this makes the baffles and grates considerably tougher than standard cast iron. Morsø are the only manufacturer to use chrome iron for internal flame path items. This however does not make the parts indestructible and distortion of a chrome iron baffle plate can occur within a stove for the following reasons:

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How to identify which model of Morso Panther you have

‘What version/model do you have?’ the question dreaded by customers when buying replacement parts for anything!

The Morsø approach has always been to keep things simple for the end user and with that in mind identifying which model of Panther you have couldn’t be simpler.......

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How to identify which model of Morso Badger you have

The second of our ‘How To’ fact sheets and we’re sticking with identification. 

Read more: How to identify which model of Morso Badger you have