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    Default Composition boot used for flashing

    I believe this one falls under the 1"(and common sense) to combustibles rule. I am posting it to be sure there is no rule that allows this. An ordinary composition boot is used for the flashing for the water heater flue. I also noted the missing cap. The furnace flue was a different issue.

    Thanks for input.

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    Default Re: Composition boot used for flashing

    No exception allowing this, 1" clearance to combustibles would specifically prohibit plus the need to use the listed flashing component with the b-vent.
    Don't forget the height of the flue above the roof.

    Jim Luttrall
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    Plano, Texas

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    Default Re: Composition boot used for flashing

    Thanks Jim!


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