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why does the glass on the pellet stove soot so fast and what is the best cleaner for the job?Smile

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The burn pot is the stove's carburetor, mixing the air and the fuel to enable combustion. As in a car, the correct adjustment of the air and fuel rates is crucial to getting top performance. When your stove is running normally you should see a bright yellow or white flame. You may also notice a white or gray build up of ash on the glass on high burn and a darker fluffy ash on low burn: this is normal. But if the flame is orange and sooty or there's a build up of a brown caramel-like substance, then you need to take some action because your stove isn't burning efficiently.

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