Hi, I have pulled all the firebricks out of the shed, and it looks as if they are a full set of firebricks for the whole stove, looks like a whole interlocking mess
I have been searching on the net for instructions/ information on the wellstood stove, (seems too be like a state secret)
Did find on the net a place in melbourne that specializes in restoring and converting wood stoves, heres the link http://www.scandiastoves.com.au/secondhand.html
Rang them up, and they seemed very helpful. previously I had rang around locally and, although helpful, couldnt find anyone with information. The guy from Scandia told me to ring back a business locally, ask them to get out the spare parts book, and photocopy page 65.
Will be doing that tomorrow.
Havnt been able to light the fire, as I had some locals replace the flue box and flue Tuesday, BUT they left a 2mm gap between the fluebox and the top of the stove, with a good fire, the flames go past there.
Went in and spoke to them, originally they wanted to give me some stuff to take home and put in myself, after they got it in on order. After explaining to them that I was not happy with the prospect of cold showers they finally agreed to send a guy around and fix it yesterday. Seeing as it cost me over a grand to get the flue replaced I wasnt happy with the idea of patching up their work myself (maybe issues with insurance?)
Hopefully soon I will be able to post pics of rebricking a wood stove
Soon, no more cold showers:mad: (brrr)