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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by VIBErator, Nov 12, 2013.

  1. VIBErator

    VIBErator New Member

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    Hiya folks,

    Would any of you fellow Eco-65 owners be so kind as to post a pic of the back of your stove connected properly to your air intake and the exhaust.

    Please and thanks.

    H.

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  2. hyfire

    hyfire Feeling the Heat

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    Sure I will take some tonight , more important is your draft reading .3 " w.c. is a good reading I highly suggest you buy a draft meter and make sure your chimney is good design, or it will smell like smoke.
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  3. VIBErator

    VIBErator New Member

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    THat would be grand thanks. Just making sure. Getting some dark crap on the glass that doesn't wipe off with a paper towel at the two top clips/glass retainers. Wondering if something is leaking/restricted. No smoke smell. Checking to make sure Mr.Vibe hooked it up correctly. Self install. WETT inspector coming on Friday. Trying to avoid grief in a few days.

    Cheers H.
  4. hyfire

    hyfire Feeling the Heat

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    That is normal on the corners, take a wet paper towel dipped in cold ash and it will come off, then repeat with a clean towel , or use the sbi cleaner. Tell us about your chimney design.
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2013
  5. hyfire

    hyfire Feeling the Heat

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    Also seal all your joints with silicone inside and out, but just a dab on the outside, then I go over it with 3m flue foil tape good for 600F.
  6. DV

    DV Feeling the Heat

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    My stove builds up dark ash on the door quickly. I believe this is normal. Comes right off with a wet rag.
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