How to Install a Stove Pipe Damper?


To install a stove pipe damper, make a hole on each side of the stove pipe, just big enough for the central spike in the damper. Remove the spike from the damper. Place the damper into the pipe, and insert the spike through the hole, the damper holder and out the other side. Assemble stove pipe.
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1. Measure the size of the opening for your chimney from inside the fireplace. Measure the circumference of the bottom of the stovepipe that will be connected to your stove. 2. Cut
I agree with answer one, AND locate it in the vertical section at a location and height so that it's EASY to REACH AND OPERATE [this is for safety; to reduce the chance of contacting
Zyang... You CANNOT connect any pipes to the furnace exhaust pipe..OK? The CO (carbon monoxide) from the furnace could flow back into your home and kill you... Only realistic solution
Welcome back Chad, you are right it should stay 6" all the way to the top. and the inside of the chimney should be insulated. please have a certified sweep take a first hand
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