LF Info On Chimney Liners

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Nickolai, Dec 10, 2007.

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  1. Nickolai

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    Hi, I just bought the Drolet Eco-35 pellet stove to replace my old woodstove. I have an existing stainless steel insualted chimney with a 6" flue that I want to convert to a 4" flue. Does anyone have any advice on which type to buy, how hard it is to install etc.? Any help would be great, thanks.
     

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    Just get any SS 4" chimney liner and you will be fine. You can just drop it down the 6" liner and wont have to do much else. Often times you can get kits with the top plate and cap as well.
     
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    Thanks for the info, I'm looking into it and have heard from chimney pro's that it's an easy job.
     
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    Like Nickolai said just install the 4 inch inside of the 6 inch and when you install it just turn it clockwise the way of the corrugations and she should slide down easily.
     
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