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Clearances on Country Hearth 2000

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by bmowell, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. bmowell

    bmowell New Member

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but if there was a way that I could squeeze out one more inch of depth beyond my 24" limit wouldn't I be able to fit a Country Hearth 2000?

    The depth dimension is 20.5" without the blower (even with the blower it measures the rear clearance from the back of the stove) and the required clearance from combustibles is 14" with double insulated pipe. Wouldn't 14" translate to 4.62" from the nearest combustible wall with the proper heat shielding in between the combustible wall and the stove?

    Wouldn't that place the front of the stove 25.12" from the nearest combustible wall?

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  2. bmowell

    bmowell New Member

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    Actually, with the blower wouldn't that mean that the front of the stove would be 27.5" from the combustible wall with the blower nearly touching the protective wall?

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