Insulating batt for flue baffle (Regency)

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by ~smokey~, Oct 22, 2013.

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    I was wondering about the purpose and importance of the insulating batt placed on top of the flue baffle and held down with weights on my Regency medium R3/R9 woodstove.

    I just bought this stove which is a 1988 model so I'm not surprised to find the batt missing, but I also couldn't find any IMG_5040.JPG hold down weights when I cleaned the stove, maby it never had the batt installed ? I've also read in the Regency instruction manual the use of a liner brick on top of the flue baffle so I'm not sure which should be used on this stove, any advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated
     

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