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coolpizza 07-05-2009 10:30 PM

Smoke in Primavera Oven
 
Ok so very new here and brand new owner of a Primavera oven. I'm in the process of curing the oven and I built a fire for the first time. I noticed a considerable amount of smoke when i moved the fire to the right. Is that normal?

james 07-06-2009 10:27 AM

Re: Smoke in Primavera Oven
 
Hey coolpizza,

Not to worry. We use grease as part of the molding process, and sometimes a little bit of it doesn't come off with the cleaner. It will burn right off and you won't see it again.

Have fun!
James

Wabbit 08-12-2013 12:25 PM

Re: Smoke in Primavera Oven
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by james (Post 59121)
Hey coolpizza,

Not to worry. We use grease as part of the molding process, and sometimes a little bit of it doesn't come off with the cleaner. It will burn right off and you won't see it again.

Have fun!
James

I noticed a lot of smoke in my Primavera 70 while I cure, also. It has pretty well stained the front edge and I also notices a strange wet, greasy sort of leakage on the left side edge of the entrance. I imagine this is what you mean?

Also, as I look at the hole to the vent, it seems smaller than I would expect, as if a lot of casting material was sort of left behind. Should that be perhaps carefully chipped out?


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