The Morso Lion is no longer in production but you will still be able to get some spares for it for many years to come, this is part of the joy of dealing with a well established firm. It is easy to identify the Morso 1510 stove as it has three lions on the sides, circular air control vents on each door and one above the doors. The Morso cast iron stoves have got a very long guarantee for the body of the stove - as they are very well made. It is therefore worth getting spares for this stove to ensure you look after it. Once a year it is a good idea to check your chimney - have it swept & use the opportunity to check the stove at the same time. You would normally check the fire bricks are intact - as you might otherwise damage the stove. At the same time you can look inside the stove & check the grate is in good working order & the ash pan intact. The fire rope will also need checking & you can look to make sure the rope is attached correctly all the way around the door. This will ensure a good seal & make sure that the air wash can work correctly. The Lion is a cast iron stove - and is multi fuel like the other Morso models. If you do not wish to burn coal you can let the ashes built up a bit more underneath the fire - as wood likes burning on a bed of ashes. The baffle plate is now obsolete and no longer available.
Morso Lion 1510 stove exploded spare parts diagrams
If in doubt it is always best to identify which part you need for your stove, then email us with the part numbers you need - we can then point you in the right direction and make sure you get the correct parts.
Click on the exploded parts diagram for the model of Morso Lion 1510 stove that you have
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