How to Adjust a Fireplace Flue?

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A fireplace flue is a structure built for venting hot flue gases from the fireplace to the outside atmosphere. It also allows fresh air to enter it, hence aiding in oxygenating a fire. Common types of flues include; reinforced concrete, masonry and metal-lined flue.
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1. Mix a batch of high-temperature mortar in a small bucket. Look for any cracks within reach of the fireplace or within reach of the top of the chimney. Use a trowel to push the
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the flue is the part of the fireplace that goes from the firebox to the outside of the building.
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The correct spelling is fireplace flue. A flue is a conduit to carry off smoke.
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Hello Mary, I believe you are asking how to close the "damper", look up inside the firebox (watch you don't hit any thing and get it in your eyes or wear safety goggles)
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