New Install - Napoleon 1402

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JoplinPreacher

New Member
Sep 11, 2018
3
Joplin, Missouri
Hey all! I appreciate all of the helpful information on this forum. In September, I bought a used Napoleon 1402. This weekend, I finally got it installed. Put a liner from the stove to the the roof, but I had a hard time connecting the liner to the stove. My fireplace seems to have two lintels - one just under the bricks on the face, and one just behind that. So the top of the flue on the stove is directly under that second lintel, and I only have about 6” of clearance. After purchasing an offset adapter, it’s all hooked up and ready to go. Had the first fire in it the other night, and it just about cooked us out of the house, even with the damper closed all the way. I am very pleased with the heat output - it had small coals and still putting out some heat even 24 hours later. A vast improvement from the old heatilator! I’m excited to burn this stove this winter!
 

bholler

Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
24,947
central pa
Hey all! I appreciate all of the helpful information on this forum. In September, I bought a used Napoleon 1402. This weekend, I finally got it installed. Put a liner from the stove to the the roof, but I had a hard time connecting the liner to the stove. My fireplace seems to have two lintels - one just under the bricks on the face, and one just behind that. So the top of the flue on the stove is directly under that second lintel, and I only have about 6” of clearance. After purchasing an offset adapter, it’s all hooked up and ready to go. Had the first fire in it the other night, and it just about cooked us out of the house, even with the damper closed all the way. I am very pleased with the heat output - it had small coals and still putting out some heat even 24 hours later. A vast improvement from the old heatilator! I’m excited to burn this stove this winter!
Looks great you do need more floor protection in front though
 

bholler

Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
24,947
central pa
Will a hearth extender work? Just ember protection?
I am not sure what your stove requires. With the raised hearth it is probably just ember protection