- If you’ve overloaded the firebox with logs for fuel, you may have knocked the stove glass into a log protruding from the box, resulting in the glass cracking.
- Glass hit from the outside by a heavy object can also result in cracks.
- Burning household coal in the enclosed space of a woodburning stove can result in volatile mini-explosions, the force of which can crack the glass on your stove’s door.
- Overfiring can happen when the stove gets too hot, which in turn can crack the glass on the door of the stove.
- Clean the door of your woodburner, which makes the glass removal an easier process.
- Remove the door, as this will make it far easier to access the screws holding the glass in.
- Release the cracked glass by loosening the screws or bolts.
- Replace and reseal your new glass panel.
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