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  • Whistling woodburner
  • giantalkali
    Free Member

    Hello all,

    My woodburner makes a whistling noise when it’s windy outside, it’s quite pleasant usually but I’m trying to record a banging ukulele track and it’s messing with my chi.

    Does yours whistle, can you stop mine, is it just the stolen wood that whistles? It only does it when it’s not fired up.

    slowoldman
    Full Member

    Can you not jam along to the whistling on the uke? You could have a major YouTube sensation.

    globalti
    Free Member

    It must be the draft caused by the venturi effect across the chimbley pulling air through a vent. Why not just open the door for the short time you don’t need the whistle?

    nickhit3
    Free Member

    PSA: The Whistling Woodburners, Doors 8pm, £6/5 con. 14+ The Goat and Ballsack, Tuesday night. See you there yeah?

    bedmaker
    Full Member

    I’ve found sometimes a sharp edged air inlet is prone to this.

    Rubbing a file over the edges may help, if it’s accessible.

    giantalkali
    Free Member

    The Whistling Woodburners, Doors 8pm, £6/5 con. 14+ The Goat and Ballsack, Tuesday night. See you there yeah?

    The Goat and Scrote maybe?

    involver
    Free Member

    Perhaps a cowl would help?

    maccruiskeen
    Full Member

    Perhaps a cowl would help?

    Is the world ready for a Ukelele and Whistle Christmas number 1?

    zokes
    Free Member

    Burn the ukelele?

    giantalkali
    Free Member

    I incorporated the whistle for an festive atmospheric vibe, Scrotefire’s new album will be in the shops in time for Christmas…

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