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I currently have a chimney that was previously used to vent a ng stove that we had. We tried a ventless stove, but we were unhappy with it. I am interested in the stove listed above, but I'm curious what I would need for vent pipe or adapters. The chimne
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:26 PM

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This particular stove can be used as a direct vent model or modified to work as a B-vent unit. Because of your space limitations for venting, I would definitely go with the B-vent setup for this unit. I'm assuming the 6" whole you have in the chimney is a standard clay thimble? If this is the case, you would simply need the B-vent adaptor, along with enough B-vent piping to go up and over to the thimble. The only disadvantage to using the stove in this way is that it is not as efficient. The stove would be using air from inside the home, rather than outside.

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I currently have a chimney that was previously used to vent a ng stove that we had. We tried a ventless stove, but we were unhappy with it. I am interested in the stove listed above, but I'm curious what I would need for vent pipe or adapters. The chimney is actually hidden in the wall and has a 6" hole into it. Thanks for any help that you can provide.

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