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Damper for add on

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by mattinpa, Nov 24, 2008.

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  1. mattinpa

    mattinpa New Member

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    Well, I finally laid my chimney. Took awhile, but it looks good. Got my triple wall stainless on order to run from the
    furnace to the flue. Hoping to finish up over Thanksgiving. I did run into one question though. As I was watching
    my oil furnace run, I realized that a damper would probably be a necessity when running the add on into my existing
    duct work. Am I correct? Any recommendations?

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  2. M1sterM

    M1sterM Member

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    Yep, a damper is pretty helpful. Someone else will have to give you recommendations.
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