Blaze king stove

Jimmyjohnson348 Posted By Jimmyjohnson348, Dec 5, 2017 at 11:03 AM

  1. Jimmyjohnson348

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    Where do I find the seriel number on the stove bought it at a resale shop and need install instructions
     
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    There should be an UL tag on the back of the stove. If none, post some pictures here for possible ID.
     
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    This is it
     

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    KRJ (King Rear Vent) You can find manual under archived manuals at www.blazeking.com

    Yes guys we made a rear vent!!
     
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    I don't know the model or the year it was made
     
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    What is the model
     
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    No sir. Pre EPA stove, so no parts available.
     
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    With the air intake valve is their any thing I need to hook it up to or do I just hook up the vent pipe and I'm good to go
     
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    Without looking at the stove, I cannot say you are good to go. I would do a thorough inspection of all welds, steel parts. interior baffles, door seals, rear flue connection, literally everything. Any leaks can result in the stove over-firing and that could mean the clearances may no longer be valid.
     
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    Someone went antique shopping! That stove may be 35+ years old.
     
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    A resale shop not antique ! And every thing appears sound cleaned it hooked it up it puts out heat I can't seem to figure out how to keep smoke from bellowing out when I open the door
     
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    Never used that particular stove, so not sure if there’s a bypass to open, or anything like that. But the normal procedure is to unlatch door, and just crack it open a half inch. Then wait a few seconds, before slowly swinging door open the rest of the way.
     
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    Post pictures of installation please.
     
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    The problem is there are too many 90º turns in the flue path. For this installation a top exit stove would have been much better.

    Also, is the connector just regular warm air duct pipe? If yes. that's not appropriate for a wood stove. Same for the metal tape. Flues get too hot.
     
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    BeGreen is correct. If that is NOT listed black pipe for solid fuel, STOP! Do not use the stove until it is installed as per the owner’s manual.

    It appears the ceiling is OSB exposed combustible material. Even if the pipe is properly rated, it does not appear to have 18” of clearance.

    Let the guys and gals here help you get that installed safely and correctly.

    BKVP
     
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    Well that's what I'm trying to do never installed a stove before tell me more its not osb its concrete
     
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    And it is. 18 inches and 30 degrees out side it will work for the moment but what do I really need
     
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    If it were me, I would put a black double wall 90 on the stove and run a direct straight line towards the exit thimble. That is where another 90 elbow of black double wall would be installed.

    In the double wall section between the two elbows, get a "adjustable" length of black double wall. This piece telescopes and there are different lengths available.

    You should also consider getting the NCSG (National Chimney Sweep Guild Certified Sweep) to inspect everything. They may also be able to handle the installation for you. You'll have to pay them, but you'll have peace of mind that you, your home and family are safe.

    Also and lastly, install per the Owners Manual you download from our company website.
     
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    Why did you stop making rear vented stoves? For those of us who have modified our chimneys to the stainless steel liners or don't want to cut through the roof and the attic, rear flue stoves are the better choices. One small or medium sized rear flue stove would dominate the "rear vent into an existing chimney market."
     
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    No all but most rear vent stoves are used in conjunction with both a 90 or horizontal run. If you make a stove that is less efficient, say 72% or less thermal efficient, it can probably overcome the challenges of that type of configuration.

    With the new 2020 emissions limit of 2.0 gr/hr, you will see an increase in efficiency from many stoves. I suspect unless it is power vented the days of rear vents are heading our way. Then again, there are some clever engineers in our industry, we’ll have to see how they respond to the EPA requirements.
     

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