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    Default Flue as navigational obstruction.

    Which is worse? The unprotected vent location or the fact that the deck leads to top edge of an above ground pool (not shown).

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    Default Re: Flue as navigational obstruction.

    Quote Originally Posted by Garry Sorrells View Post
    Which is worse? The unprotected vent location or the fact that the deck leads to top edge of an above ground pool (not shown).
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    My Vote is for that Nasty Growth on the Corner.
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    Default Re: Flue as navigational obstruction.

    4) Loose vinyl above the door.

    That pipe thing? That's just the kid's hobby horse. And it's handy for drying towels and bathing suits. Don't worry aboudit.

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    Default Re: Flue as navigational obstruction.

    Had thought that it may be used in jousting practice in the off season.


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    Cool Re: Flue as navigational obstruction.

    They have plenty of room to periscope that pellet vent up then out as long as the run meets the stove mfrs instructions. If the stove is right behind that wall, it shouldn't be a problem. At least that wouldn't jut out so far or discharge so close to the deck.

    I've seen pellet vents ignite nearby combustibles. I've also seen them cause ice rinks from melting then re-freezing snow on decks and walks.

    Keep the fire in the fireplace.

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