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How do you keep a glass stove from going black?

The secondary air control should be adjusted to slow down the fuel's speed. By this time the stove will be hot, the airwash air will be pre-heated, and the wood will be burning well enough to encourage the air to be drawn along the glass, thus keeping the glass clear.

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