Disassembling bi-wall stove pipe

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  1. Porthand

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    I have a 14 year old Blazeking that went south on me and have a Regency that I want to replace it with. How the heck do I get the bi-wall pipe apart without pulling the sawzall out of its case?
     

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    Depends on the brand of pipe. A large hammer might suffice.
     
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    LOL!! So true.
     
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    If you've got Simpson DuraVent, you may be able to separate the sections using strap wrenches.
    I've had some success using a leather belt as a strap wrench in a pinch, but you'll probably need another pair of hands to help...
    The 4" inner (exhaust) sections of the co-linear pipe tend to bond themselves together & disassembly becomes almost impossible
    without mechanical advantage...
    HTH
     
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