King Stove Parts

Safety and Maintenance For King Stove Parts

Using a King stove is a great way to keep your home warm and cozy on even the coldest winter day. As with any type of stove or fireplace, you should use caution and common sense. Here are a few safety and maintenance tips to help you keep your home safe and your all of your King stove parts in good repair.

1. Register your King stove with the manufacturer. While it may not seem like this is necessary, this is actually one of the best things that you can do. In the unlikely event that one of the King stove parts is recalled, you will be notified immediately and will have the opportunity to replace the part before it becomes hazardous.

2. Make sure the fire is completely out before closing the damper. This will prevent dangerous compounds such as carbon dioxide from escaping into the room.

3. Empty the ash pan regularly. This is one of the most important things to remember as allowing the ashes to build up on the pan and grate can cause these King stove parts to warp and burnout. Be sure to place ashes in a noncombustible container that has a tight-fitting lid. The container should be placed in an outside location away from your home. Even in sub-freezing temperatures, coals can still smolder and ignite nearby objects.

4. Use the right cleaner for glass. If your King stove features glass doors, you will want to clean the sticky residue from them on a regular basis. Refer to your owner’s manual for product recommendations. If you no longer have your manual you can either use warm soapy water or a commercial cleaner designed specifically to clean fireplaces. You should never use any commercial cleaners that are not approved for stove or fireplace use as they often leave a chemical residue behind that can be combustible and emit toxic fumes.

5. Clean and inspect your chimney pipe annually. Regular chimney maintenance is especially important when it comes to the safety of your King stove parts. Experts recommend that you have a professional cleaning and inspection at least once a year. This will prevent the build-up of soot and creosote that can become dangerous and reduce the indoor air quality of your home. Potential problems can also be diagnosed and prevented with regular chimney maintenance. Between professional cleanings, be sure to pay attention to your stove and look for signs of buildup or any other problems that may arise.

The majority of stove and fire related accidents and injuries—both inside and outside the home—can be avoided if you follow these simple rules for stove safety.

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