New Lopi woodstove - question
This is our first year with our Lopi Endevor woodstove. Hubby and I are both new at this. We have a thermometer on the flat stove top, about 2 inches from the front edge, and another thermometer on the back of the stove top next to where the chimney comes out of the stove. What is the right temp for a good burn? I've read a chimney thermometer is supposed to be between 250-400 to prevent creosote, but the front thermometer gets to about 600F and the back one only hits 250F. Which should we be going by? I'm afraid to overfire and damage something... and I'm afraid to underfire and get creosote. Ugh.