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How do you keep a wood burning stove going?

The front of the wood stove has charcoal in it. If you want to learn how to keep a wood stove burning all night, you will need to learn about coal placement. The logs should be placed in a tight formation behind the coals. The pieces should be at least 3-6” across. Is this true? Don't open the door, shut it and enjoy.

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