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Chimney liner question

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by mark lanctot, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. mark lanctot

    mark lanctot Member

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    I have an old Vermont Casting 0044 Fireplace insert. It has all the original SS pipe, about 3 FT long. This pipe is 13" X 5" in dimensions. Here is my question. The chimney is exteriuor to the home. Should a chimney liner be installed to help in a good draft? The original installations only state that the 3 FT extension into the chimney is needed.

    Thanks

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  2. rwhite

    rwhite Minister of Fire

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    Yes for draft but definately for safety. I would insulate as well.

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