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Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: Donnersurvivor] #7453375
01/07/22 12:49 PM
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Hey Donner, where did end up getting all of the chimney stuff ? Iíve been looking at Northline express, but they seem a little spendy.

Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: YamaCat] #7453435
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Originally Posted by YamaCat
Hey Donner, where did end up getting all of the chimney stuff ? Iíve been looking at Northline express, but they seem a little spendy.


My uncle runs a chimey business, he sourced everything but said he had to buy some parts from his competition or they wouldn't be here for weeks yet. He is having all sorts of trouble getting parts.

Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: Donnersurvivor] #7453698
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Originally Posted by Donnersurvivor
If I had to do it again I think ide try and find one with a grate like you said. The air does have to be pulled from the outside with a mobile home stove... until it's inspected. The way these doors and windows leak I'm not worried about pulling air from in here.


I have outside air ducted to the fireboxes on both the woodstove at home and the one at camp. I installed both of them myself because the stoves were pulling air through leaky windows and doors. The outside air kits have eliminated that problem. Why not leave yours installed after the inspection?


Eh...wot?

Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: Lugnut] #7454414
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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Originally Posted by Donnersurvivor
If I had to do it again I think ide try and find one with a grate like you said. The air does have to be pulled from the outside with a mobile home stove... until it's inspected. The way these doors and windows leak I'm not worried about pulling air from in here.


I have outside air ducted to the fireboxes on both the woodstove at home and the one at camp. I installed both of them myself because the stoves were pulling air through leaky windows and doors. The outside air kits have eliminated that problem. Why not leave yours installed after the inspection?



I assumed (maybe incorrectly) that it would frost up.

Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: Donnersurvivor] #7454427
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I have outside air ducted to mine also. Never had an issue with frost


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Re: If you buy a new woodstove... [Re: Donnersurvivor] #7454439
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I replaced our black pipe from the stove to the insulated chimney one year. The first fire set off the carbon monoxide detector. When the fire trucks showed up they checked everywhere you would think, cook stove, water heater, no CO. Finally they walked by the woodstove and the tester went crazy. The burning paint gave off CO. They had never seen that before.

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