Muertt and Fancythis what dia pipe are your Oak-Ridges setup for?
I have a Oak-Ridge fireplace insert and it works great.
If you need a gasket for it would try 7/16"....
Mellow, that looks like a free standing version of my fireplace insert.
Mine had a gasket, but after two years of my use (I bought it used) the...
I put 3/8" in it, but I was wondering if there was a way to tell for sure what is correct.
How do you determine what size (dia.) of a replacement door seal?
I don't have a manual and the manufacture (Oak Ridge) is out of business.
Here are a couple of pics of the inside of the chimney from top looking down and up through the damper.
I think I'm going to go with 6" for this reason. The exit of the insert is larger, but the opening to the exit is blocked by a plate that is mounted...
Robert, is your stainless flue just setting in there or did you screw it to the adapter your son built?
What kind of chimney did you hook it it up to?
What size is the chimney too?
Bob, what did you use to seal the adapter to the stove top (sealant, gasket or other)?
Your son did a great job.
Thanks this is a temporary insert because we are thinking about removing the current fireplace and installing another one in a better location.
How big of a liner should I use?
The masonary chimney is about 13' tall.
I'm thinking 8", but if I could use 6" it would make it easier to get it...
I bought a Oak Ridge fireplace insert and we are going to install it in our masonary fireplace.
The outlet of the insert is 12" x 8.125" which is...
I may have to move the return duct to get the 10'.
My upstairs return filter is 20"x30" and the HVAC unit is a 5 ton heat pump and the total home is...
I want to install a wood stove in our home's basement.
My basement HVAC return duct/grill/filter is in the ceiling of the basement.
Can I install...
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