Stove Pipe install

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Ed P, May 2, 2013.

  1. Ed P

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    Hi everyone, I have a Harman P68. I just got done putting all my Dura vent stove pipe together and it's really close coming off the back of the stove. I went with an appliance adapter to a clean out tee then up from there.. What do you use to get it a few inches off the back of the stove? My appliance adapter is about 4". Thanks.
     
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    Hello

    Duravent makes a 1 foot adjustable pipe that you can get down close to 4 inches..

    How do you like your P68? I just picked up a P61a.
     
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    Don, I just bought it about a month ago. So, i'm new to burning pellets. I've burned coal the last 7 years. I cleaned it all up and gave it a new paint job. I want to fire it up to cure the paint. I looked at more pipe and i'm thinking the 6" pipe would be what I'm looking for. The stove itself is beautiful... I hate to say it... but i'm looking forward to winter so I can burn it!
     
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    Does the distance bother you? Do you need more room for maintenance?

    If not, then I would leave it alone? Unless, you want the stove to stick out on the Hearth further? Or a clearance issue?
     
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    Yes, it's too close to get the covers off. I have to angle the stove pipe away from the stove or it will rub on the stove itself.. I don't think it will hurt anything but I just want some more room. I should have taken a picture..
     
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    you should be able to find a 5 or 6 inch piece to add on there.
     
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    Ed I have a 12" piece of pellet vent pro 3" dia brand new if you interested let me know.
     
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    Will, thanks for the offer that's very nice of you but I'm going to go with 6". I want to keep it closer to the wall.
     
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