Finally Some Stove Pics

Brokenwing Posted By Brokenwing, Feb 17, 2013 at 2:23 PM

  1. Brokenwing

    Brokenwing
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    I do not think I ever posted some decent stove pics. So here is the beast that has given me some gray hair. Ignore the foil tape on the pipe, pipe is getting pulled this summer. Anyway I noramlly burn on setting 2 and the fire is barely above the burn pot. Well it got cold, and she is crankin so here you go, I hope you enjoy.


     

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  2. Lower bucks

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  3. FS1971

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    Nice stove. It's HOT!
     
  4. jtakeman

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    She sure is purdy! :cool:
     
  5. tsmith

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    very nice, enjoy
     
  6. photogame

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    Well, now i see how someone else did a corner install. Very nice. Can you tell me what kind of connection is behind stove , a T for clean out or a just a plain 90 degree up. Also , what is outside the wall for termination of the pipe? Thank you
     
  7. Brokenwing

    Brokenwing
    Feeling the Heat

    Feb 11, 2012
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    Thanks everyone, it has been a long road, with no support but with some Diy, foil tape, and RTV high temp sealant we have made it thus far. It is 3 degrees right now with the wind chill, and inside the house is 74 degrees. This is with the stove only running on setting 2. The stove is not centrally located, so we have a small heater upstairs. I am burning about a bag to a bag and half a day so not to bad.
     
  8. Brokenwing

    Brokenwing
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    Feb 11, 2012
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    A stove adapter comes off of the stove to a 90 degree cleanout tee, then up 3 ft to another 90 degree, and then straight out. I will post some pictures for you. As far as the hearth, I framed it with 2x3, then plywood, concrete board, and finally tile. I then skirted the whole thing in oak, after i ran it through the router to give it some character. I checked the prices on a hearth pad, and they were way to expensive. I built mine for under 100 dollars.
     

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  9. imacman

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    Nice looking stove......don't forget the pics when the new pipe is installed. And make sure you seal the outside thimble/pipe with silicone.
     
  10. Brokenwing

    Brokenwing
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    the outside thimble is sealed, it was just to cold to go out and snap a pic last night, so I used a old pic from when i was doing this install, so he could see what it looks like lol.
     
  11. DexterDay

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    Looking good!! Beautiful stove and Hearth. Glad your "issues" have finally been resolved :)

    It was disheartening to read about the smoke problems, with the condition your family member has. A Happy Ending :)
     
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  12. Brokenwing

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    thanks Dexter, it has been a tough battle, but I think I may okay. Keeping my fingers crossed, and thanks for the support!
     
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