this might be a silly question but????

buttaluv Posted By buttaluv, Feb 25, 2008 at 8:48 PM

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  1. buttaluv

    buttaluv
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    I've got the us stove 6220, anyway, it has the big 10" duct work coming out of the top of it. I put it in my basement, and really don't want to tie it into my existing duct work, but want to get the heat upstairs a little better....so my question is this, can I use that flex duct they make for furnaces and tie it into a register (to kind of work like the old gravity furnaces)? That way I can remove the flex duct in the summer..so it's not permanant
     
  2. davevassar

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    Not sure it would be considered up to fire code.
     
  3. CygnusX1

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    I'd have to agree. I doubt that would follow the code.
     
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