In the event of a power outage, the stove will not function. If the stove was on at the time of the power outage the fan that helps vent the smoke out of your won't work. It's very important to vent this stove to the manufacturers specifications so the stove can vent the smoke by itself without the aid of the fan. If the stove was on and still warm when the power went out, and kept full it will continue to operate normally. If it was off and completely cool during the failure it won't work at all.
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The stove will go out if power is out for a while. I learned that lesson the hard way.
I put mine on a 700 watt UPS to prevent that from happening. That keeps the stove running till the generator kicks on.
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If power is lost, and you have no backup power supply for the stove, the stove will shut down.
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