New Pacific Energy Summit Install

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Hunter2000

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Sep 24, 2021
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Indiana
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Had a PE summit installed this year. Was a bit sad when shopping to find out it didn’t qualify for the tax credit- I asked PE about it and have attached their response.

Anyway I have fired it 3-4 times already, works great! I can’t wait for this winter. Happy to answer any questions.
 
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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
That looks great. Get ready for some warm evenings.
 

Hunter2000

New Member
Sep 24, 2021
3
Indiana
Yiu need to work on the cord tucking a touch. Throw that bruck back on the corner of the heart with a bit of two part epoxy and see how long it lasts.

That's a beautiful looking insert and it fits that space to a tee!
Thanks! Yes that brick came off during install- epoxy best to use to put it back ? Wasn’t sure.
 
Thanks! Yes that brick came off during install- epoxy best to use to put it back ? Wasn’t sure.
That's what I would do. Clean the brick and mortar surface off to try to get as reunion that shows no gap at the visible surface. Maybe give a little extra surface area for the epoxy to grab by digging a little deeper in a lower spot on said brick. You seem to have a mortar joint left in tact in that picture so I would try to snuggle into that instead of removing it and spending the next 20 years staring at the one head joint that sticks out like a sore thumb.