Quadrafire 3100i

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ih724

New Member
Nov 25, 2021
1
Missouri
I bought my house a year ago which was built in 1977. It has 2 heatilator mark 123 fireplaces, 1 in the living room and 1 in the living room of the basement. I bought a quadrafire 3100i stove from a friend pretty cheap which it says it is approved for installation into a ZC fireplace. Has anyone done this before? And what do I need for stove pipe to get it into my existing chimney? I have double wall insulated flue pipe that is practically brand new
 

bholler

Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
27,066
central pa
I bought my house a year ago which was built in 1977. It has 2 heatilator mark 123 fireplaces, 1 in the living room and 1 in the living room of the basement. I bought a quadrafire 3100i stove from a friend pretty cheap which it says it is approved for installation into a ZC fireplace. Has anyone done this before? And what do I need for stove pipe to get it into my existing chimney? I have double wall insulated flue pipe that is practically brand new
Heatilator mark 123s don't allow inserts to be installed inside them. It doesn't matter what the insert manufacturer says if the fireplace manufacturer doesn't allow it.