pellet exhaust for the new stove

mpodolski Posted By mpodolski, Jun 18, 2018 at 5:49 PM

  1. mpodolski

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    So I've had a quadrafire ante fe for a bunch of years but I lucked out and bout a harman XXV for $500...damn thing looks unused. The old exhaust was about a foot off of the ground...but the harman is much lower...how does one go about converting for the difference?
     
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    The EASIEST way is to raise your hearthpad.
    You can try using an adjustable elbow to make up the difference,
    but I've found they leak & don't look very nice with aluminum tape as a sealing method.
    The other option is to move the thimble, & that can get messy...
     
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    An EASIER way is to put 2 - 90 Deg pellet vent Pipes together and connect one end to your existing vent pipes, then rotate until the other end is at the proper stove height!! LOL Easy Peasy!

    See pic example below of a Harman P68 that replaced a Harman Invincible RS which has a lower exhaust flange.
     

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    Yeah, that WILL work, but the stove location will be offset by 6- 8".
    If that works for you, go for it.
     
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