Removal of an old insert and NEW INSERT INSTALL PDF SLIDE SHOW

hearthtools Posted By hearthtools, Jul 6, 2007 at 6:19 PM

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  1. hearthtools

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    Wow!!! 5000% better!!! And 1,000,000% safer!!!!!!

    EXCELLENT JOB!!!
     
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    What a major improvement Rod. That was a real mess to start with. It's amazing the owner kept burning it in that condition (and lived). What was the old stove, a Garrison?
     
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    The new stove is an Enviro EF1600 Insert
    I have no Idea what the old stove is.
    It is now scrap metal.
     
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    Does your state allow installations of inserts in damaged non Compliant NFPA211 Fireplaces?
    The rest of this post was deleted on purpose so that my concerns will be discussed with ROD using the site's PM option.

    Nobody wants to be questioned on a public forum nor is it my position to undress forum members
     
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    First page of the instruction manual first paragraph

    "Install only in

    Again I have edited the rest of the post for the same reason of my prior post above
     
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    I knew you would chime in on this
    It is safer that it was
    I has a Insulated 211 Stainless Heatfab liner with a chimney chase and we blocked off the Cut out HeatOlator with Heavey black sheetmetal and Insulation

    Nothing els we could do but Tare down the old chimney.
     
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