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I currently have a gas space heater in an apartment living room. The space heater has a 6 inch diameter stove pipe that goes into a masonry chimney. What do I need to do to install this Majestic natural gas stove in the place of the space heater I curren
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:26 PM

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The Majestic Stove that you are interested in is made as a Direct Vent stove that requires 4x7 venting. So, as long as your existing masonry chimney has the available width to fit a 7" rigid direct vent pipe, you'd be good to use the unit as is. You'll want to keep in mind, though, that you'll need to run the direct venting all the way to the termination and use a special direct vent termination cap to vent this unit properly. However, you can purchase a Draft Hood Adapter (MAJ-FSDHAG) to convert this unit from Direct Vent (requiring 4x7 venting) to B-Vent(or natural vent). As a B-vent appliance, this unit only needs 4" venting. This option may be better for you if you existing chimney does not have room for the 4x7 direct vent pipe. I'd be happy to provide you with more information regarding both vent runs. Please let us know which one works best for you.

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I currently have a gas space heater in an apartment living room. The space heater has a 6 inch diameter stove pipe that goes into a masonry chimney. What do I need to do to install this Majestic natural gas stove in the place of the space heater I currently have.

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