Q&A Trolla Stove and chimney questions

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    I am planning on installing a Trolla Brug No. 354 Wood Stove made in Sweden- please answer the following questions.
    1. The opening for the stovepipe is 5 inches- will this be a problem when installing stovepipe and chimney? Do we need an adapter? Where can we get one?
    2. The stove has molded clay fire brick that has cracked- how do we replace it?
    3. Is there an ideal place to have the chimney on the pitch of a roof? What positioning provides the best draft? Is there a formula?
    4. Have you heard of our type of stove- can we get parts for it?



    Answer:

    1. Many stove shops will have 5 to 6 adapters . If the collar is metric- you can make up the difference by using black furnace cement and crimpers.
    2. Use refractory cement- available at your local stove store or masonry supply
    3. Generally- the taller the better..and the less turns the better. You do have to extend the chimney higher than any point within 10 feet...see the document http://hearth.com/what/installstove.html
    4. I've heard of it- but it's been over a decade since it's been imported...parts will be extremely difficult to get- but there are parts suppliers that will make interior parts for it from your old piece. See the links on our Products Page and at Parts Place for these suppliers.

    Link: How to install a stove

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