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Perhaps it is better late than never to respond?

Thanks to Scanmarine's excellent service, the repaired stove worked for a six month sail journey up the inside passage where it was used to cook every single day and then run all night every night to heat the boat.

The stove is still in the boat, which I sold to a friend, and it still works. Although he is more reasonable and does not try to make it work every single day and all night every single night.

I found this old thread which I had forgotten to update because I am considering a Wallas in the future and wanted to see what people are saying about them.

Many, many apologies for forgetting to get back to this thread and let everyone know that Scanmarine did me right and gave excellent service and that the repaired stove stood up to nearly continuous duty while I cruised. I would definitely buy it again. Good stove, good heat source, good service.
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