Lennox-Canyon S310 wood stove smoke

NativeboiFebruary 27, 2013

I just purchased a Canyon S310 wood stove and went through the curing process. The stove has a fan attached to it. When the stove is hot the fan comes on and when it does you can smell smoke in the house and I don't think it should be like that. I don't see the smoke but I can smell it. Is this normal or is there a flaw. I don't have any other fans running like the range hood fan, furnace fan or washer fan. The smell is there although the draft is fully open. Please help.

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You are burning wood, it will give off a smell. That doesn't necessarily mean there is a leak if you are concerned. It is considered the ambiance for some wood burning lovers.

    Bookmark   February 28, 2013 at 7:50PM
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