How to Bank a Fire in a Wood Stove?

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To bank a fire in a wood stove, you will need to spread the bed of coals and put a big piece of wood on the hot coals. Close the stove, damper and door.
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Banking a fire in a wood stove means you want the fire to keep burning for a long period of time (usually through the night). To bank the fire you would take new wood and put it in a pile next to the hot wood. Close the vent on the stove almost all the way so you limit the oxygen so the fire lasts.
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1. Open any air vents in the stove door. 2. Wad up several pieces of paper into balls. 5 or 6 should be sufficient. 3. Place the wadded paper balls in the bottom of the wood stove
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Greetings! Banking a fire requires creating a pile (usually coal) of new material next to a pile of red hot coals. This dries out the material making it more combustible. Banking
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Depends on the type of wood. You can find a complete answer here: http://www.ehow.com/facts_7884992_hot-can-wood-stoves.html.
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Building a fire in a wood stove is the same as a fireplace. Wad up paper,
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