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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by stuart, Mar 17, 2006.

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  1. stuart

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    install the fresh air pipe to my pellet stove ?? i tried to find my ash pot at the bottom of the fire place BUT the person who did a addtion buried it ,,so my outher spot will to be knock out one brick on the fire place? and go out to the side of the house or any idea's?????
     

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  2. elkimmeg

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    If your fire place was built correctly you will need to remove a lot more than one brick However I see no problem with that approach
    There could be up to 10" of soild masonary and brick involved before you reach the outside. If you can rent a core drill and bit larger than the intake diameter that would be the best way to go
     
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    elk is right a masonry chimney is a mystery, if built right you will need a drill or core drill, there may even be steel in it also
     
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