adapter for franklin stove

rfhjr Posted By rfhjr, Jul 31, 2013 at 1:46 PM

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  1. rfhjr

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    I have a franklin stove with an 8 inch opening since the damper is 1 1/2 below the opening so I am not able to use an adapter which fits inside the opening. I am connecting to 8 inch 22 gauge stove pipe. I was thinking about a draw band. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
     
  2. mellow

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    My Suggestion you may not want to hear but you need to scrap that thing or use it outside for a firepit, honestly those things are not controllable and have run away on many a burner and are not safe.
     
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    Thanks for the message. I understand your point, the stove is in the middle of my workshop on a cement floor. I do not keep anything combustible near it as they are dangerous. I guess I could remove the damper and use an adapter.
     
  4. mellow

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    Adapters are going to be hard to find, if you can find one you have to buy the stove it comes with. Best bet would be to buy a rectangle to round insert boot adapter that would sit on top of the stove and then go to 8".

    It would look like this:

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    remove the stove damper and put in a pipe damper
     
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