10" stove pipe for 1980 meridian wood stove

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  1. lrg

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    I have a 1980 (aprox) potbelly wood stove and am trying to replace the outer 10" stove pipe but can not find a supplier. in the manual it is called the upper heat exchanger pipe Any ideas where I could get a replacement . thanks ps this is a meridian ceramic wood stove
     

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  2. mellow

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    Are you sure it is calling for 10" chimney pipe? You can find 10" hvac metal duct at Lowes.
     
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    the manual actually calls it a upper and lower heat exchanger
     
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    I think that is a proprietary pipe. If so it needs to be replaced with the same part.
     
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